Stanton Chase Unveils New Focus On Human Resources Leadership
Stanton Chase International, a global retained executive search firm, has announced the launch of a new global Human Resources Specialty Practice.
The new practice focuses on providing retained executive search services for the most critical roles in human resources leadership disciplines. Daniel Casteel, Managing Director, Nashville, TN, has been appointed to lead the practice.
“Our team has spent real time in the trenches,” said Mr Casteel, “both in global HR leadership and in the many human resource disciplines. No other firm offers this level of dedicated HR experience to help companies select the best talent to move business opportunities forward.”
Mr Casteel commented: “Long gone are the days when HR executives served as ‘personnel police’ and the human resources department's mission was to create policies and perform the transactional aspects of the employment relationship.
“Today, in the competitive landscape of the global economy and the rapidly changing demographics of the workforce, organizations are relying on human resources and the interdisciplinary experts therein to provide innovation in the employment value proposition that attract, develop and retain a skilled and motivated workforce.”
He added: “Our client list includes Fortune 500, middle market and private equity portfolio companies around the world. More than ever, companies on six continents turn to us to help find the one right person for each HR role.”
Previously, Mr Casteel headed the HR function for an $11 billion global enterprise.
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