Mary Ellen Kuhn

Mary Ellen Kuhn

moneyManagers seeking to fill a job opening in the current competitive environment need to remember that market conditions have changed over the past two years and traditional hiring approaches don’t necessarily apply. Recruiters have some advice.

• Get flexible. Joel Oliver, a partner with food industry executive search firm OSI, shares the example of an employer that refused to budge on salary—even for an engineering position that had been open for half a year “sort of in the …

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Mary Ellen Kuhn is executive editor of Food Technology magazine ([email protected]).
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