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Useful Recruitment Solutions That Can Make The Process Easier

The recruitment process is important! In today’s competitive world, recruiting employees can be a daunting task. In order to find the best candidates for your company, you will need to think outside of the box and utilise as many recruitment solutions as possible.

Let’s explore some different options that organisations should consider.

Online Job Sites

While they don’t have the personal touch that comes with local postings or networking opportunities, online job sites can still provide excellent results when searching for new employees. Make sure you choose only reputable platforms so that your efforts aren’t wasted. There are also some specialist websites that can help with niche positions, like software engineers or media professionals.

The benefits of using online job sites to fill your vacant positions are that they give you access to a massive database of candidates. For instance, you can also filter applicants by location, qualifications, and salary, which saves time in the hiring process, especially if you are trying to fill security job vacancies or another specific vacant position. Some websites offer additional features like video interviews or applicant tracking systems, which make it easier for you to decide on the best candidate. These options can make finding the perfect person for your opening much quicker than traditional methods like word-of-mouth or newspaper ads.

Crowdsourcing Platforms

Crowdsourcing platforms provide a unique way to find people that fit the requirements of your organisation. Instead of relying on only one website, you can use multiple sites to form an online community where potential candidates can answer questions and showcase their skills. The best part about this method is that it doesn’t cost much at all! The only downside is that it takes longer than other methods due to the fact that you have to actively manage the platform instead of just popping up a job advertisement.

This method was primarily used by big companies in the past, so smaller businesses are less likely to consider using crowdsourcing platforms as a recruitment solution. However, there are some special websites that can be used to find entrepreneurship talent.

Networking Events

One of the best ways to connect with people is through networking events. There are a wide variety of ways to participate, whether it’s an informal lunch or a formal dinner organised by a recruitment agency. You should keep your options open and not limit yourself to just one way because you never know who you might meet! Just make sure that you’re prepared for whatever event you choose so that you can truly maximise your efforts.

Networking websites have become quite popular in the past few years, which makes finding new employees easier than ever before. It’s important to remember not to stop at only one website though! Make sure you explore all of your options and look into some of the niche websites that are available.

If you’re looking for a new hire, it can be overwhelming to know which recruitment solution will work best. There are many different ways that organisations should be looking for employees and hiring managers need to think outside of the box in order to find the people they’re looking for. In this article, we’ve explored some of the best solutions available- online job sites, crowdsourcing platforms, networking events, and networking websites. Whatever your needs may be or whichever way feels right for you, make sure you explore all options before settling on one!

PwC Appoints Ron Chopoorian as Global Health Leadership

PwC is a multinational professional services network of firms, operating as partnerships under the PwC brand. PwC ranks as the second-largest professional services network in the world.

PwC has appointed Ron Chopoorian as the Global Leader of its Health Industries practice. Ron has extensive client experience and deep industry knowledge across health industries, including payer, provider and pharmaceutical and life sciences.

He brings more than 24 years of experience assisting private equity and corporate clients with a broad range of mission critical strategic initiatives, including improving business and commercial strategy, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures focused on improving shareholder value.

In his new role, Chopoorian will lead the Global Health Industries team, which advises a large network of clients in healthcare and pharmaceuticals, as well as policymakers on a range of key areas including advanced data analytics, integrated patient experience, digital transformation in healthcare, social determinants of health, precision medicine, assurance, tax and legal services, and strategy.

He will also continue his role as the Global Relationship Partner for one of the world’s largest multinational pharmaceutical companies.

Chopoorian previously was the New York Metro Deals Leader and has launched and served as the national leader of the PwC United States Divestiture Services practice. He also co-led the “Digitising Deals” initiative to enhance value creation and customer experience through the use and deployment of technology in the mergers and acquisition process.

During his career with PwC, he has advised various multinational pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies on a number of strategic and operational issues, from digital enablement and transformation to business and financial due diligence.

Chopoorian earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Southern Methodist University and a Master of Business Administration from Manchester Business School. Ron is also a CPA and a member of both the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPAs.

Duane Morris LLP Welcomes New Real Estate Partner

Real estate is property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals or water; immovable property of this nature; an interest vested in this an item of real property, buildings or housing in general.

Tom Galli has joined Duane Morris as a partner in the law firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. Prior to joining Duane Morris, Galli was a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP.

“Tom’s extensive experience on large-scale real estate transactions, distressed assets and complex financing arrangements will be a significant and synergistic boost to our Real Estate capabilities,” said George Kroculick, co-chair of the law firm’s Real Estate Practice Group.

“We are delighted that Tom has chosen to join us. His skillset and client base are great complements to those of our practice group,” added Chester Lee, Real Estate Practice Group co-chair.

“I am pleased to be part of a thriving Real Estate group. Duane Morris represents a great strategic fit for clients with its large platform of offices across the United States, in London and across Asia, and the breadth of sophistication of its business practices, particularly its Real Estate Practice Group.

I am looking forward to being part of the law firm’s collaborative culture and applying it to my practice,” Tom Galli said.

With more than 30 years of experience, Galli represents clients on real estate transactions and developments for data centre, mixed-use, office, industrial, stadium, arena, retail and multifamily properties.

He regularly represents private equity firms, REITs, publicly traded companies, developers, private companies and government agencies in a variety of real estate transactions and developments.

Tom Galli is a 1988 graduate of Stanford School of Law and earned his B.S., magna cum laude, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1985.

Duane Morris Overview

Duane Morris LLP provides innovative solutions to today’s multifaceted legal and business challenges through the collegial and collaborative culture of its more than 800 attorneys in offices across the United States and internationally.

The law firm represents a broad array of clients, spanning all major practices and industries.

Lawyer Marc Petitier Joins White & Case

White & Case LLP is an international law firm based in New York City. Founded in 1901, the firm has 45 offices in 31 countries worldwide. White & Case is one of the top ten law firms worldwide in terms of revenue.

We guide our clients through difficult issues, bringing our insight and judgment to each situation. Our innovative approaches create original solutions to our clients’ most complex domestic and multijurisdictional deals and disputes.

Marc Petitier is a renowned corporate lawyer who has led on many of the most significant corporate transactions originating from France, advising clients on public and private mergers and acquisitions, sales and joint ventures, and corporate governance.

He has experience across a number of different sectors, including technology, financial institutions, energy and infrastructure, and on Africa-related deals.

Petitier brings 20 years of experience and joins White & Case joins from Linklaters, where he was a partner.

White & Case is a global law firm with longstanding offices in the markets that matter today. Our on-the-ground experience, our cross-border integration and our depth of local, United States and English-qualified lawyers help our clients work with confidence in any one market or across many.

By thinking on behalf of our clients every day, we anticipate what they want, provide what they need and build lasting relationships.

We do what it takes to help our clients achieve their ambitions.

Avonhurst Grows Team with New Associate Hires

Avonhurst law firm today announced four new associate hires, cementing the rapid growth that has characterised its first year.

Senior associate Joshua Swerner joins the firm from Linklaters, where he spent time in the London and Moscow offices; Tanya Macrae joins from Allen & Overy and has worked at both Latham & Watkins and Herbert Smith Freehills; Oliver Elsaesser joins as an associate from Paul Hastings and Katja Loncaric joins from the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright, having previously worked in Clifford Chance’s Frankfurt office.

Avonhurst is a political risk and legal advisory firm dedicated to representing sophisticated capital. Since its launch in July 2019 by founding partner Jonathan Bloom, the firm has attracted a raft of established talent, including seven partner hires – mostly from magic circle firms – as well as hiring four leading figures from the political, financial and legal sectors as senior advisers, including Lord Barwell, tech entrepreneur Sean West, General, the Lord Houghton, Blackstone’s Andrew Dowler and Tina Fordham, formerly of Citigroup.

These have been complemented by the additions of high yield specialist Albert Aharonian, and political expert Jessica Turner who is a United States lawyer having joined out of law school and has extensive experience including working on Capitol Hill, Washington DC and at the House of Commons in London.

Jonathan Bloom, Chief Executive of Avonhurst, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Joshua, Tanya, Oliver and Katja to the firm.

While we are justifiably proud of our ability to attract established partner talent, we recognise that our long-term sustainability as a leading adviser to sophisticated capital clients requires excellence at every level.

We are committed to attracting, nurturing and growing the very best associates.”

Avonhurst Overview

Launched in 2019, Avonhurst is dedicated to meeting the changing needs of sophisticated capital by providing a bespoke offering comprising legal advisory, political strategy and capital services. A group of market-leading founders and influencers from the legal world have created a revolutionary advisory business dedicated to helping funds, capital providers, corporate borrowers and issuers, and secured lenders, navigate the complexities of ever-changing markets.

Perella Weinberg Grows Advisory Division

Perella Weinberg Partners is a global financial services firm focused on investment banking advisory services. The firm was founded in 2006 by Joseph R. Perella, Peter A. Weinberg and Terry Meguid, and went public in 2021.

PWP today announced that it has elected two individuals to join the firm’s partnership.

PWP provides strategic, financial, and tactical advice in connection with executing complex mergers, acquisitions, company sales, and corporate divestitures, including carve-outs, joint ventures, and spin-offs, and relating to takeover preparedness and defence.

Doug McGovern has more than 18 years of experience. Prior to joining PWP in January of 2010, Mr. McGovern was at BPW Acquisition Corp, a Special Purpose Acquisition Company co-sponsored by PWP, from 2009 to 2010, where he helped lead the SPAC’s merger with Talbots, Inc.

He was previously an associate of Brooklyn NY Holdings LLC, where he worked in the firm’s principal investing business. Prior to that, Mr. McGovern worked for Windward Capital Partners from 2002-2005. Mr. McGovern began his career as an Analyst at Credit Suisse First Boston.

Cyrille Perard has more than 18 years of corporate mergers and acquisitions and investment banking experience. Prior to joining PWP in 2018, Mr. Perard was Co-Head of mergers and acquisitions for the France, Belgium and Luxembourg Region at Goldman Sachs.

He joined Goldman Sachs in 2001 working in its London, San Francisco and Paris Offices.