Jeremy Eskenazi
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  • Riviera Advisors, Inc.
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Value and Beyond; Partnering with Management Consulting Firms

Working with management consultants sounds simple enough doesn’t it? Some may say ‘it is; I pay a fee, and I get a service or deliverable back’. I’m here to tell you this is wrong and if this is how you’ve been working with your consultant, you are missing out!  While a vendor may come and go with little interaction to deliver a service, the work with a…


Posted on October 26, 2011 at 12:34pm

RecruitCONSULT! Elevate Recruiting to True Consulting

In the corporate Talent Acquisition profession, the day-to-day process of what recruiters do is fairly simple:
  1. We work with the business to develop a plan to recruit talent (often includes developing the position profile,  the recruiting strategy, and other activities)
  2. We go out and “find” prospects and candidates using “sourcing” techniques.
  3. We assess…

Posted on July 6, 2011 at 7:00am — 4 Comments

Repurposing Your Recruiters During Downsizing

Today, Dan Kilgore on my team wrote a great post that I thought would be great to share with everyone:

Okay, we’re now a few years into “The Great Recession”, and despite the predictions of many of the political and economic pundits, a healthy rebound that includes genuine and sustained job growth is still “just around the corner”.  While some industries are… Continue

Posted on July 5, 2011 at 11:22am

Three Cheers to the "Other" Recruiting Heroes: HR Generalists!

Our team is working really hard this week to complete a couple of really big projects for some clients. Much of the work on those projects has to do with corporate recruitment processes and staffing organizational design. I was taking a break today from my work, and I reflected on something really important… most of the work of recruiting in organizations happen not…


Posted on June 22, 2011 at 12:49pm

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