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      Bloomberg Asks Cowen Partners About the State of Crypto Executive Search

      They Fled Wall Street for Crypto. They Have Few Regrets First, stablecoin TerraUSD collapsed. Then hedge fund Three Arrows Capital went under, dragging Voyager Digital and Celsius Network down with it. In the latest blow, Sam Bankman-Fried’s empire — once considered a crypto savior — imploded, causing a crisis of confidence that’s wiped out billions of dollars and is spreading to companies across the

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      Scotts Miracle-Gro New CFO Announced

      CFO Dive asks Shawn Cole, President Cowen Partners Executive Search about Marysville, Ohio-based Scotts Miracle-Gro appointed Matthew Garth, 48, to the roles of CFO and executive vice president, effective Dec. 1., the company announced this week.  While signing or new-hire bonuses have long been used as a tool to attract executives, experienced CFOs are enjoying a strong negotiating

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      Vox Asks Ash Wendt about Remote Work and Executive Search

      The relationship between rank-and-file office workers and their bosses has never been equal. But remote work is creating a new kind of imbalance between certain people in leadership and their employees, and it’s stirring up resentment at work. Many managers — from middle management to the C-suite, depending on the workplace — are continuing to

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      The Wall Street Journal Asks Us About the Hidden Job Market

      Psst…There’s a Hidden Market for Six-Figure Jobs. Here’s How to Get In. Unlisted jobs help companies skirt pay transparency laws in New York and elsewhere. Getting one requires ninja-like networking skills. Read more HERE About the Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal was founded in July 1889. Ever since, the Journal has led the

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      Hunt Scanlon: Understanding Employee Attrition & Retention

      Retaining employees isn’t easy, and when they leave an organization, along goes their knowledge and skills. Managers then have to find new people to fill their roles and start training from the beginning. According to a new report from Cowen Partners, companies should consider two key metrics when monitoring their staff: employee attrition and employee

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      CIO Magazine Asks Cowen Partners How to negotiate a job offer

      Compensation is one thing, but CIOs and soon-to-be CIOs should leverage their job offer position by putting their values on the table and setting themselves up for success before they sign. Congratulations! You got a sweet job offer. You are considering upending your life to make a big change. But before you do that, take

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      CFO DIVE: CFO pay saw record 17% increase in 2021: study

      Median CFO compensation — buoyed by strong company and stock performance — made the largest year over year gains in ten years, a Sept. 30 study by consultancy Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP) found. Total direct compensation — including both cash and equity — rose on average 17% for CFOs and 18% for CEOs in 2021, according to

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      Legal Dive: The ascendancy of the chief legal officer

      CLOs have become entrepreneurial big-picture policy strategists as legal affairs have gained prominence in C-suite operations. “The position has evolved and become more mainstream,” said Cole in an email, pointing out that CLOs’ prevalence in corporate America tends to ebb and flow with the economy. Currently, “the greatest economic expansion of all time with a

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      If Your Quiet Quitting Is Going Well, You Might Be Getting ‘Quiet Fired’

      It can feel like you’re getting away with it. You’ve dialed down the intensity at work, passing on late nights and extra assignments with seemingly no negative consequences. In fact, your boss appears to respect your new boundaries and has lightened your workload. Read more HERE About the Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal

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      PayPal acting CFO’s pay package hints at staying power

      The payments pioneer is handing its interim CFO a comparatively rich package, two executive compensation experts said. “It’s very generous and highly formalized for what should be temporary,” Shawn Cole, president of executive search firm Cowen Partners, wrote in an email. “They must expect her to be interim for a while.”  Rabinovitch’s recent appointment marks her second

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