New York, NY (PRWEB) April 11, 2013
Stephen-Bradford, a leading retained executive search firm, reported an increase in activity during the company's first quarter of 2013. That same day the US Labor Department announced an increase of 88,000 jobs in the month of March with the unemployment rate decreasing to 7.6 percent.
"We are extremely excited to see indications of a rebounding economy, especially when it comes to executive search," Stephen-Bradford CEO Mitch Berger stated. "Stephen-Bradford has made proactive shifts to adjust to a changing economic landscape while maintaining the company’s integrity, positive culture, and commitment to our clients looking to fill senior level positions with top-notch talent, as well as the recruiters that work to find that talent."
The results come on the heels of a strong 2012 in which the company launched a non-profit search practice and participated in post-Sandy cleanup through donations to New York Cares.
Stephen-Bradford also announced the departure of Erika Weinstein, former President of the search practice.
"While we are sad to hear of Erika's decision to pursue other paths in her career and will miss her dearly, we look forward to a successful future grounded in the team principles of Stephen-Bradford Search,” said Berger.
Berger will assume the responsibilities of Weinstein's position until the company names a new President.
About Stephen-Bradford Search
The global marketplace is changing and so is the way companies find their key leaders. Through a unique combination of passion and rigorous process, Stephen-Bradford Search is a recognized expert in assisting top companies in building their leadership team by identifying extraordinary talent that makes a difference. We help ambitious companies do more than fill positions. We help them fulfill their company’s vision for the future—one rare talent at a time. http://stephenbradford.com/