Nadine Rubin, Adam-Bryce Founder, was a recent guest on the podcast GWBC Radio’s Open for Business, hosted by Lee Kantor. This podcast covered how Covid-19 has impacted Talent Acquisition and steps organizations are taking. Listen to the podcast here: GWBC Radio with Nadine Rubin.
Empowering Women Together was launched by Robbie Hardie, Founder of xElle Ventures, an early stage Angel Network for women by women, to bring together female leaders with varying backgrounds to share advice on a central theme and empower each other! In these difficult times it is even more important that we come together to support one another. April’s Empowering […]
Nadine Rubin, of Adam Bryce, was a recent guest on the podcast Two Bees in a Pod, hosted by Anita Karlsson-Dion and Sara Analoui – both from IBM. The podcast consists of conversations on different aspects work, life, and careers from two different generational viewpoints. Nadine spoke with them about recruiting for the future and […]
Adam-Bryce, a recognized leader in retained executive search, is pleased to announce the hiring of Heather Dennis as the Executive Director of Dress for Success Triangle. Dennis will oversee the agency’s two locations in Raleigh, North Carolina and Durham, North Carolina. With more than two decades of experience, Heather specializes in managing and growing successful […]
Move over Mentorship Programs: Why Sponsorship Results in More Success for Female Employees As companies continue to combat gender disparity among top leadership positions, some firms are adopting new programs to support female employees who wish to rise to such roles. In lieu of a more traditional mentorship program, the global professional-service firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has […]
Getting Ahead in the War on Talent The war on talent is growing and the challenges companies face continue to include; everyone is going after the top talent, there is not enough top talent, and top talent is not looking for new jobs. Recent research by Korn Ferry has indicated that the potential deficient in […]
In a tight labor market, the challenge of finding and hiring great people can make a talent team feel like they are drowning. The term “War for Talent”, typically credited to a 1998 McKinsey report which stated that good talent was worth fighting for, feels extremely relevant in today’s market. In this environment, Talent Acquisition […]