Responsibility VS Authority - Dynamics of Hiring In-House

Publisher: TaxTalent

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Responsibility VS Authority - Dynamics of Hiring In-House

In the tax hiring climate of the COVID era, more and more companies are trying to fill searches on their own due to budgetary constraints and the impression that COVID left many candidates/talent to be sought. As Managing Director of Executive Search at TaxSearch, I have learned from my recent discussions that HR departments are taking much of the lead in recruiting and trying to fill tax positions in a timely manner. However, problems arise when the responsibility for hiring the right candidate for the tax department does not reside with tax. In this article, I will address the dynamics of hiring in-house and emphasize the importance of tax leaders asserting their judgments into the HR process.