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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

How to Reduce Time to Hire: What You Need to Know

How to Reduce Time to Hire: What You Need to Know

When filling a C-level executive position, it’s obviously important for HR professionals to take their time. This person is going to play a major role in the organization. Finding the right fit is essential. That said, there are often cases in which inefficiencies in the hiring process result in wasted time and money. That’s why…

5 Tips for Hiring Amazing Remote Employees

5 Tips for Hiring Amazing Remote Employees

More people are working remotely than ever before, studies show. This makes sense. Due to technological advancements, it’s possible for many people to work outside of the office. This can offer major benefits to an organization. For instance, your company may save money on office space if many of your employees work from home. More…

How to Fill a C-Level Role: What You Need to Know

How to Fill a C-Level Role: What You Need to Know

It’s no secret that C-level executives play an important role in any organization. Thus, it’s crucial to thoroughly vet all candidates before hiring one. The individual will have significant responsibilities, for which they must be prepared. They’ll also need to maintain positive relationships with numerous members of the company. Taking your time to make the…

8 of the Best Careers for Retired Athletes

8 of the Best Careers for Retired Athletes

The career of a professional athlete is generally much shorter than that of the average person. If your job requires that you maintain peak physical fitness, you’re going to have to retire sooner than most. That doesn’t mean you won’t need to continue working. While being a professional athlete can be lucrative, very few people…

How to Handle An Employee’s Request for a Raise

How to Handle An Employee’s Request for a Raise

Pay raises demonstrate to employees that their managers appreciate their hard work and accomplishments. In most industries, the average pay increase is in the 1% to 5% range, and a 3% raise is standard. However, some companies don’t have a clearly defined system for giving out pay increases. Sometimes, companies are unable to grant raises…