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What industries do you specialize in?

What Guarantee do you offer Client Companies?

Why should my company use a search firm instead of just putting an ad in the newspaper or on the web?

Why should a candidate use a search firm instead of just putting a resume on the web?

What types of searches have you filled?

What industries do you specialize in?

At Brennan and Brennan, we're constantly growing into new industries. Following is a partial list of industries where we currently provide staffing solutions: Renewable Energy, Wine and Spirits, Packaging, Cosmetics & Beauty Care, Grocery, Food Service, Food and Beverage, Consumer Products - Wholesale and Retail, Electronics Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Computer Hardware and Peripherals, Aerospace and Defense, Professional Services Consulting, Finance, Publishing, Automotive Electronics, Medical Device Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Legal, Energy, Vehicle Manufacturing business including Industrial & Commercial Machinery and Transportation Equipment at both the OEM and Supplier levels, Apparel Retail, Accessories Retail, Oil and Gas, software, Food Production, and e-commerce.
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What Guarantee do you offer Client Companies?

Length of Guarantee is negotiable depending on fee structure. We replace, free of charge, any candidate hired through us (excluding termination for reasons of merger, acquisition, layoff, or death).
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Why should my company use a search firm instead of just putting an ad in the newspaper or on the web?

Competitors and Confidentiality
A good search firm can recruit the talent you need directly from your competitors. A good search firm also provides the level of confidentiality needed for targeted searches that must remain quiet and anonymous when you need a specific candidate at a particular company.

Time and Money
Search firms can save you time, effort and money. Top talent executives are in limited supply and finding them can be a difficult, time consuming task. Good search firms work fast. In the end they save time and money by finding whom you need when you need them.

Time and Money Again
The cost of a position sitting open month after month can greatly outweigh the recruiting fee for that position. 6-8 months of wasting valuable time and money looking for the right candidate can take as little as 3-6 weeks if you have the right recruiter.

Industry Contacts
Solid search firms maintain a large network of industry contacts. They know which candidates are actively looking, passively looking, who is about to be downsized, who is waiting for just the right opportunity to surface. Candidates will confide their intentions in a recruiter they know and trust.
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Why should a candidate use a search firm instead of just putting a resume on the web?

Service and Confidentiality
A good recruiter will move you to the "head of the class" getting your resume in front of the right people. A good recruiter will also protect your identity in delicate situations.

Networking
Search firms will have connections in your industry that makes them privy to future job openings that are not yet public. Recruiters will often already know which divisions of a company are planning on ramping up their hiring needs to coincide with new business. So, you get to the open job requisition first.

Preparation and Negotiation
A search firm will make sure you're prepared for the interview process. They'll have a handle on the questions you'll be asked over the phone and in person. Also, recruiters are trained negotiators. They'll help you negotiate in the event you are presented with an offer.
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What types of searches have you filled?

Over the years there are too many to count.
The Following is a partial sampling:
Operational Excellence Director; Operational Excellence Leaders; Compensation Manager; Talent Acquisition Manager; Software and Systems Engineers; Food Production Manager; Account Director Wholesale Grocery; Account Manager Wholesale Grocery; Supply Planning Specialists; Food Scientists; Food Process Engineers; Technical Group ManageVP of Operations; VP General Manager; VP Manufacturing; VP Finance; Division VP; SVP Global Engineering; CEO/President; CIO; Controller; Directors of Logistics, Program Management, Procurement, IT Architecture, Director of Sales, World-Wide Purchasing; Director of Contracts, Buyers; Fresh Produce Brokers; World-Wide Distribution, Imports, Global Transportation, Contracts; Director Mergers & Acquisitions; Director Marketing; Senior Director of Marketing - E Business; E Business Solutions Teams; Principal of Global E Strategy; E Strategy Consultants; Sales Executives; Business Analyst; Replenishment Managers; Marketing Managers; Public Relations Manager; Warehouse Managers; Operations Managers; Merchandising Manager; Traffic Managers; Program Managers; Managers and Engineers in Test, Manufacturing, Quality; Director of Retail Customer Experience; Senior E Com Business Analyst; Manager E Com IT Systems; E Com Programmer Analysts; Senior E Com Quality Analyst; Web Applications Engineer.


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