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Lintberg Index rises to 83 points

The Lintberg Index,  representing a candidate’s chances in the top segment of the labour market, halted at 83 points in the first month of 2014. This shows an 8 point increase compared to December 2013. The rise in January is mostly caused by a larger number of available € 100k+ positions. Despite a significant rise, […]

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Lintberg Index skyrockets to 94 points

The Lintberg Index, representing a candidate’s chances in the top segment of the labour market, saw an increase of no less than 19 index points, reaching a yearly high at 93 points. This is the highest point the index has reached since November of last year, when the index also saw it’s annual peak at […]

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Overzicht top Nederlandse executive search bureaus

Met de lancering van ExecutiveSearchNederland.nl is Nederland een handige overzichtssite van executive search bureaus rijker. Naast www.alle-recruiters.nl en www.headhuntersinnederland.nl is dit een nieuw initiatief waarop je als topkandidaat of bedrijf makkelijk de juiste headhunter kunt bereiken. Met de zoekfunctie, die het toegevoegde profiel van executive search bureaus doorzoekt, is het eenvoudig om het grootste overzicht […]

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Top 10 Highest Paid CEO’s in 2012

The 2012 annual figures are rolling in and if the financial compensation for Chief Executive Officers is a sign of recovery, it would be clear that the economy is picking up. With an average increase in total direct compensation of +50%, you could say that the top 10 of highest paid CEO’s is doing quite […]

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The World’s Most Valuable Companies throughout History #1 – The Dutch East India Company

In this nine-piece report, Huntedhead will look at global corporations throughout history. The ranking is based on total worth, adjusted for inflation. The Dutch East India Company in 1637 – $7,400,000,000,000 Established in 1602 in The Netherlands, the Dutch East India Company became the world’s first publicly traded company on the world’s first stock exchange. […]

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The World’s Most Valuable Companies throughout History #2 – The Mississippi Company

In this nine-piece report, Huntedhead will look at global corporations throughout history. The ranking is based on total worth, adjusted for inflation. The Mississippi Company in 1720 – $6,000,000,000,000 The Mississippi Company was established in 1684, to facilitate trade with the ‘New World’. In 1717, it became the ‘Company of the West’ and expanded into […]

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The World’s Most Valuable Companies throughout History #3 – The South Sea Company

In this nine-piece report, Huntedhead will look at global corporations throughout history. The ranking is based on total worth, adjusted for inflation. The South Sea Company in 1720 – $4,000,000,000,000 Officially named The Governor and Company of the merchants of Great Britain, trading to the South Seas and other parts of America, and for the encouragement […]

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The World’s Most Valuable Companies throughout History #4 – Saudi Aramco

In this nine-piece report, Huntedhead will look at global corporations throughout history. The ranking is based on total worth, adjusted for inflation. Saudi Aramco in 2012 – $3,600,000,000,000 Since the Saudi government granted Standard Oil a concession to drill for oil in 1933, the country has seen enormous wealth. Throughout the years that followed, the […]

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The World’s Most Valuable Companies throughout History #6 – PetroChina

In this nine-piece report, Huntedhead will look at global corporations throughout history. The ranking is based on total worth, adjusted for inflation. PetroChina in 2007 – $1,120,000,000,000 Founded only in 1999 as China’s largest oil producer, the state-owned company went public in 2007. Investor speculation on growth in reserves boosted the hype and made PetroChina […]

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Why Your Next CEO Shouldn’t Be American

Recruiting for a key management position in the U.S.? Consider hiring a candidate whose native language isn’t English. While American companies with substantial international operations may place a value on global savoir-faire, there’s another compelling reason to consider a non-native candidate: research shows that we behave more rationally when we think in another language. Read more about this on […]

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