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Change

Change. The word alone can elicit a range of emotions from two otherwise similar people. One might fill with crippling […]

Oakland Raiders | VP, Human Resources; Oakland, CA

The Vice President of Human Resources (“VP”) will provide comprehensive human resources leadership for the Raiders including: culture […]

Ask and Thank

By Guest Blogger Haynes Hendrickson, President, Turnkey Intelligence

I believe the volume of email messages, texts, instant messages, direct messages, Tweets, […]

Turnkey Sports & Entertainment | Research Intern; Haddonfield, NJ

The Research Intern will contribute to all life-stages of custom research projects from study design to report preparation.

Comcast Spectacor | Vice President Premium Seating; Philadelphia, PA

Under the leadership of the SVP of Sales, the Vice President of Premium Seating (title commensurate with experience) […]

Turnkey Sports & Entertainment | Recruiting & Database Marketing Internship; Haddonfield, NJ

The Recruiting and Database Marketing Intern will focus his or her energy on database health and maintenance for executive search practice.

Cleveland Indians Testimonial

“Turnkey took the time to clearly understand the attributes, capabilities and experience we were seeking and they delivered with recommending […]

UFC Testimonial

“Turnkey ran a first class search, delivering us a diverse pool of quality candidates, and was diligent about following up […]

Finding the Perfect Candidate

As in any business, timing is everything when it comes to finding the perfect candidate. I’ve lost count of how many exceptional candidates I’ve missed out on due to weddings, the birth of a child, a recent promotion, etc. That said, an employer can still lessen the effects of bad timing by...

The Evolving Definition of “Showing Up to Work”

Growing up, like most people, my vision of “work” was built around what I saw when I went to the office with my father: brick and mortar buildings, a maze of hallways leading to closed door offices with terrible fluorescent lighting. When I embarked on my own career, I found the closed offices traded for cubicles but, for the most part, work was still a “physical” place. Now, when I think of the careers my daughters might have, I wonder what “showing up to work” will mean to them. Read more...