Our firm gets a number of search assignments that involve geographic relocation, often to small markets with one major Fortune 500 employer. Think of places such a Midland, Michigan and Bentonville, Arkansas.

We’ve gotten pretty good at figuring out who is willing to pull the trigger on such a major life change. That assessment is just as important as matching credentials and culture fit. I painfully recall losing a client 15 years ago (FifthThird Bank) when one of our recruits got cold feet about moving to Cincinnati, after he had accepted the position.

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