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Jason Hanold - Talent Acquisition and Work Force Specialist

Jason Hanold Bio

Jason Hanold is the CEO & Managing Partner of Hanold Associates, a retained boutique executive search firm specializing in Human Resources officer and board recruiting. He serves a client roster that includes Patagonia, Nike, eBay, REI, Riddell, Fossil, Carnival Corporation, UFC, Las Vegas Sands, Vail Resorts, Abbott, Biogen, Great Place to Work, Electronic Arts, Godiva,… Read More…

Recent Articles

Qualities You Should Look for When Hiring C-Level Executives

Qualities You Should Look for When Hiring C-Level Executives

While human resources departments perform a variety of duties that are essential to a thriving company, recruiting and retaining the best talent is possibly one of the most important responsibilities of a human resources professional. This is not always an easy task, and it becomes increasingly difficult when trying to fill a C-level position. The…

This Is How HR Can Help Companies Focus on Transparency

This Is How HR Can Help Companies Focus on Transparency

Transparency is generally acknowledged to be of importance in the workplace; however, many people use the term without a thorough understanding of its meaning. Although many companies know the general definition of transparency, few have truly mastered its implementation. There are a variety of reasons transparency is so elusive for many businesses, but one of…

What You Need to Know about the Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisitions

What You Need to Know about the Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisitions

While there are many reasons why mergers and acquisitions fail, the most common causes include a lack of profitability and weak leadership. In a traditional M&A, CEOs, attorneys, and board members are heavily involved in the process, and HR rarely plays a role in the planning stages. This may come as a surprise to some…

How to Properly Manage a Multigenerational Workforce

How to Properly Manage a Multigenerational Workforce

In today’s workplace, it’s quite common to have employees spanning several generations working together. These include Baby Boomers (individuals born between 1948 and 1963), Generation X (born between 1964 and 1978), Millennials (born between 1979 and 1991), and Generation Z, which encompasses workers born after 1997. With such a wide range of ages in one…

The Best Career Choices for Former Athletes

The Best Career Choices for Former Athletes

From the outside looking in, it may seem as if professional athletes have it easy, especially after they’ve retired and their sporting days are done. However, former athletes not only have to worry about leaving behind a job they love—they must also grapple with financial concerns, loss of identity, and severed ties from teammates and…