|By PR Newswire||
|February 3, 2014 01:43 PM EST||
DALLAS, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Private Equity Headhunters, one of the industry's finest private equity recruiters specializing in executive placements, announces the addition of 120 new executive recruiters to its network of retained and contingency headhunters. Bringing the total of executive recruiters to 2,742, the new additions ensure that Private Equity Headhunters' clients receive massive exposure when working with the firm. In the biggest increase to the private equity recruiter's network since 2004, not only do the additions mark a major achievement for Private Equity Headhunters, but also indicate a sign of an improving job market.
In addition to adding new headhunters to its network, Private Equity Headhunters has also changed the policies that guide how members join the company's recruiters network. The firm will now charge new recruiters a non-refundable application fee to offset the costs of research and approval process. The new pricing model for recruiters will be released February 1st; Private Equity Headhunters CEO, Mr. Nicholas, indicates that the price range for new applicants will be between 3000 to 5000 dollars. This one-time payment will be refunded to the headhunter upon the first successful placement of the Private Equity Headhunters candidate.
"Under our shared cost approach, we share the cost of job search with the qualified candidates who meet certain criteria," explains XX, Private Equity Headhunters XX. "Since recruiting and job search requires extensive networking, we also utilize the help of independent recruiting firms and headhunters. If they help make a placement for our client, we do not demand commission split from the recruiter, which makes us different from every other firm and recruiter working on placement projects together. This keeps the independent recruiters and recruiting firms in our network happy because they don't have to share their profits and promotes a real sense of network."
The unique model employed by the private equity recruiters firm also ensures that a client is placed much faster because Private Equity Headhunters doesn't have to go into direct competition with other recruiters. Upon successful placement, he company is paid by the client, and Private Equity Headhunters also negotiates exclusive recruiting agreement with the employer in return for free referrals of qualified executive candidates.
Because the non-competitive approach that Private Equity Headhunters uses is so unique, the company receives great interest from recruiters and firms to join the network. The firm carefully reviews each private equity recruiter's application and conducts thorough research before accepting anyone into the network, ensuring that a candidate's time is not wasted. Private Equity Headhunters accepts applications throughout the year and adds new recruiters to the network at any time.
About Private Equity Headhunters:
Founded in 1998, Private Equity Headhunters specializes in locating jobs for executives and matches investment seekers with private equity and strategic buyers. The company utilizes its network of over 2,400 recruiters and relationships with more than 1,600 PE/VC firms to achieve a job placement rate of 86 percent for national and international executives, even in a weak economy. With a 100 percent interview rate and impressive placement rate, Private Equity Headhunters has consistently ranked first in PE/VC space as a senior executive recruiting firm. For more information, visit http://www.PrivateEquityHeadhunters.com.
Media Contact: Robin H., Private Equity Headhunters, 1-800-281-6870, [email protected]
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