Oct 12 2011
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) represents retained executive search consulting firms worldwide. It establishes professional and ethical standards for its members and provides information to the media and public on the field of executive search. The AESC is often asked about the differences between retained executive search consulting and contingency recruiting.
The answer: the way the fee is paid has a great deal to do with how the work is carried out and what kind of results can be expected. Take a look at the following guide to help you understand how these differences affect you as a client or candidate:
BlueSteps is the exclusive service of the AESC that puts senior executives on the radar screen of over 8,000 executive search professionals in over 70 countries. Be visible, and be considered for up to 75,000 opportunities handled by AESC search firms every year. Find out more at www.BlueSteps.com.
About The Association of Executive Search Consultants
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) is the worldwide professional association for the retained executive search industry. The AESC's mission is to promote the highest professional standards in retained executive search consulting, broaden public understanding of the search process, and serve as an advocate for the interests of its member firms. For more information, or to view the AESC Code of Ethics and Professional Practice Guidelines, visit www.aesc.org.
The Ultimate Executive Career Guide: Connecting with Executive Search
As a senior-level executive, you can use this guide to:
- Learn about executive search and how it differs from other forms of recruiting
- Discover the best ways to connect with executive search professionals
- Understand how the search process works
- Implement strategies that will help you become visible to the search community
- And more!