Nicholas Meyler
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  • Agoura Hills, CA
  • United States
  • Wingate Dunross, Inc.
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Best Attorney for Executive Recruiting Cases?

Who is considered to be the best attorney for collections and disputes in Executive Search and Recruiting law?  I am asking for opinions of people other than Jeff Allan, who is not anyone I am…Continue

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All-Time Stupidest Candidate Response

One time, I had a trouble-maker named EJJ (no names, here) who was a software engineer who complained that I didn't understand what software engineers did and that I was "harassing" him and his…Continue

Started Jan 25, 2019

World's Record Placement (Most Patents)

I'm curious if anyone else has been successful in placing prolific inventors, and if there is any known "most number of approved patents" for any particular inventor who was placed by an Executive…Continue

Started Sep 28, 2018

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How To Choose a Recruiter (For Client Companies)

The Headhunting/Recruiting Industry has been around (unofficially) for thousands of years. For example, even ancient armies probably needed to find recruits to serve as warriors, and almost all religions had similar representatives whose function it was to find new acolytes, converts, devotees, etc., as well as to renew the faith of former adherents. I would suggest that Recruiting is probably the second oldest profession, at least according to popular belief and history. Modern recruiting, as…See More
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The Virtues of Retained Search

Why Retain Me? (The Hidden Benefits of Retained Search)In the World of Search, aka ‘Technical Search’, or ‘Executive Search’, which are rather synonymous terms; there exist two modalities: ‘Contingency’ and ‘Retainer’. Contingency search is where a fee is only charged when a candidate who has been hired actually starts at the company/client; whereas retained search is…See More
Nov 14, 2019

Profile Information

First Name
Nicholas
Last Name
Meyler
State (if Applicable)
California
Job Title (select one)
Executive (CxO)
Company
Wingate Dunross, Inc.
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology, Utilities, All Industries, Basic Materials, Industrial, Manufacturing, Business Support & Logistics, Health Care & Pharmaceuticals
How many employees work at your company?
B. 2-10
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http://www.wdsearch.com
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Nicholas Meyler's Blog

How To Choose a Recruiter (For Client Companies)

The Headhunting/Recruiting Industry has been around (unofficially) for thousands of years. For example, even ancient armies probably needed to find recruits to serve as warriors, and almost all religions had similar representatives whose function it was to find new acolytes, converts, devotees, etc., as well as to renew the faith of former adherents. I would suggest that Recruiting is probably the second oldest…

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Posted on August 15, 2022 at 6:41pm

Looking for Thoughts on Resume Writing Services

I have rewritten and helped revise a fair number of resumes (without charge to candidates) during my decades as a recruiter, but I've never offered my services for a fee, generally feeling that I should stick to what I enjoy most, which is the actual hands-on process of recruiting, itself. A few of my colleagues who enjoy writing offer their work and service for about $500 to $750 per resume, which I assume is a reasonable rate.



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Posted on July 18, 2022 at 7:53pm — 1 Comment

Why Are Recruiting Fees What They Are?

Why are Headhunter's fees usually 30% to 50% of a first-year salary for a placed candidate? I occasionally receive questions about the fee structure for placements I make as an Executive Recruiter/Headhunter, and thought it might be constructive to explain.



In the early days of the Industry (i.e. "Search") it was calculated by diligent researchers, economists, CEOs and hiring managers that the fair cost to a company, of NOT having a person in a needed role (i.e.…

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Posted on July 17, 2022 at 11:51pm

The Virtues of Retained Search

Why Retain Me? (The Hidden Benefits of Retained Search)

In the World of Search, aka ‘Technical Search’, or ‘Executive Search’, which are rather synonymous terms; there exist two modalities: ‘Contingency’ and ‘Retainer’. Contingency search is where a fee…

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Posted on November 13, 2019 at 8:30pm

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