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Executive Search – The Canadian Difference

May 24, 2016

As a fourth year university student, I have been fortunate to gain exposure to the search industry by working at Conroy Ross Partners for the past 12 months. As part of my schooling, I had the opportunity to take a course that gave me the freedom to explore an industry that was of interest to…

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9 Reasons Why You Should Consider Hiring a Contractor

May 27, 2015

In today’s unpredictable business world, permanent roles are not always suitable for the needs of an organization.  Increasingly, companies are relying on contract or interim employees to augment their teams during periods of organizational change. Sometimes there is foresight to these changes such as busy season or project implementation, but there are also situations where…

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Merger Announcement

September 9, 2014

Conroy Ross Partners is pleased to announce that it has merged with eastern-based firm, Optimum Talent Executive Search. The merger brings together two established executive search organizations and positions the combined company to better serve clients and candidates from offices across Canada. The Conroy Ross Partners team will now include over 80 connected professionals operating…

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Need help?

June 26, 2013

“Need help?” The man standing in front of me was clean, his most notable feature. Everyone else was caked in mud. Stunned, I said “Pardon me?” He said it again, “Do you need help? I have a really large dolly in my truck too.” It sunk in. He was a perfect stranger, offering to help….

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Acquisition Annoucement

Optimum Talent Announces the Acquisition of Conroy Ross Partners

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Shake It: The Art of a Great Handshake

It is said that the practice of shaking hands originated in ancient times to show that you wished for a peaceful interaction and held no weapons in your hands.  Whatever the basis, the handshake has become one of few acceptable forms of physical contact between strangers, and leaves a lasting impression. As someone who shakes…

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