A Note from Q Works

Entering into a partnership with an experienced recruiter can be a great decision for your organization. Understanding that there are different types of searches is an important part of evaluating what you can expect your recruiter to deliver and how the process will work. 

This article outlines the benefits of Engaged Exclusive searches by presenting the shared responsibility between client and recruiter.  We hope you find this interesting and as always we appreciate any feedback 

Joe Woerner
Managing Director
Recruiting Solutions Team
Melissa Coleman,
Account Director,  Lighting Industry 

Bertina Brase,  bbb@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive,  Machinery & Equipment, and Industrial Automation Industries 
Katie Trippe, kpt@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive/ Operations Manager, Machinery & Equipment, Engineering Services and Plastics Manufacturing Industries

Iris Winkelbauer-Hoelzl, imw@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, European companies doing business in the US

Silvia Gray,  spg@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, Automotive Industry 

Reilly cjr@qworksgroup.com  
Account Executive, HVAC/ R Industry

JoeWoerner, jrw@qworksgroup.com
Managing Director
6 Benefits of Engaged 
Exclusive Searches
If you are considering partnering with an executive search firm, it is important to understand that not all searches (nor search firms) are created equal.  The most common types of searches are:
  • Contingent (exclusive and non-exclusive)
  • Retained 
  • Engaged Exclusive
Although each type may have certain benefits, depending on the client and the position being filled, this article will focus on taking a deeper look into the many advantages of Engaged Exclusive searches.  Here are a few:

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