The COVID-19 pandemic and retirement of older employees have been pointed out as the major factors responsible for the global scarcity of talented and skilled workers. The pandemic has sponsored the rollercoaster of situations in the workplace such as the clamor for talent acquisition, work from home, a booming economy and now a global talent shortage. Indeed, this transformation has necessitated forward-oriented businesses think up techniques to close the talent gap and sustain their economic growth. To attract and retain the right and qualified talent in a fiercely competitive fight, organizations must prepare fail-proof strategies: strategies derived from a wealth of research-based knowledge that the Cowen Partners have accumulated and mastered.
Cowen Partners is one of the nation’s leading executive search firms that help companies accelerate growth, revenue, and market share by placing top talent in leadership roles in less than 6 weeks. This is made possible by curating a list of potential candidates that are suited to the client’s company culture. The company has gone a step further to provide a list of ways in which organizations, businesses, founders, CEO’s and HR leaders can acquire qualified candidates into the required roles.
The company’s processes have guaranteed results and has successfully placed hundreds of candidates in top positions in industries ranging from technology and healthcare to manufacturing, retail, financial services and private equity.
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About Cowen Partners
Cowen Partners is the nation’s executive search firm enabling companies to harness the power of human capital to fuel their success. Clients are given access to the top 1% of human capital to create opportunities that accelerate their growth and market share. With Cowen Partners, clients can scale up their businesses, create value and drive results with world-class talents. Cowen clients are both small and large, publicly traded, pre-IPO, private and non-profit organizations, having assets between $500 million to $15 billion.