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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

3 Questions You Should Ask When Hiring Executives

3 Questions You Should Ask When Hiring Executives

An organization can’t thrive without strong leadership. The professionals at top executive search firms understand this, which is why they leverage their skills and resources to help people like you to identify and recruit CEOs and other executives. Consider enlisting the help of such firms if you need to hire people for these positions, as…

What You Need to Do to Identify Ideal Job Candidates

What You Need to Do to Identify Ideal Job Candidates

Hiring the right people to fill open positions at your company is much easier with the right candidate persona. Develop yours with these tips.

Hiring in 2020 – Unique Recruiting Tips You Need to Know About

Hiring in 2020 – Unique Recruiting Tips You Need to Know About

When one of your key professional responsibilities involves identifying and hiring strong employees for your organization, you always need to consider what steps you can take to improve your approach to recruitment and hiring. Sometimes, that entails seeking outside assistance. For instance, if you need to fill an important high-level position, you might decide to…

Counterintuitive Hiring Tips You Need to Know

Counterintuitive Hiring Tips You Need to Know

Although some effective hiring tips are conventional, there are also many counterintuitive tips you may benefit from taking advantage of.

What You Need to Know about Working with Recruiting Firms

Recruiting can be a very time-consuming process. This is necessary. You don’t want to settle for less-than-qualified candidates because you didn’t devote enough time to finding them. However, there are instances when keeping recruiting in-house can result in wasted time. For example, perhaps your organization’s HR department is involved with a variety of projects. Finding…