ACCUR Recruiting Services’ Edouard Thoumyre spoke to the national financial radio program Marketplace yesterday:
The past couple of years have been pretty busy for Edouard Thoumyre. He’s managing partner at Accur Recruiting Services, which works in retail, hospitality and travel.
“Demand for new talent was very, very high. And candidates were very heavily solicited from every direction. So it was definitely an employee-driven market,” he said.
In the last six months, he’s noticed a change.
“There are fewer employers looking to hire, and candidates are not as open to make moves. They are definitely … cautious,” he said. Cautious, perhaps, because of the economy. Typically, the quits rate helps economists gauge how confident people feel about retiring, finding a new job or quitting and living on a cushion of savings.
Listen to the interview or read the transcript here.
Edouard Thoumyre is a seasoned executive recruiter with over 17 years of experience in executive search, as the Founder and Managing Partner of ACCUR Recruiting Services. Specializing in the Consumer and Luxury Goods industries, he has a proven track record of placing senior level and C-level executives in family, private equity-backed, and Fortune 500 companies in the beauty, wine & spirits, watch & jewelry, home goods, and tobacco industries, among others. Edouard Thoumyre holds a master’s degree in Entrepreneurship from HEC Paris (#1 European Business School, Financial Times rankings) and a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Centrale Lille (a top 10 French engineering school). ACCUR Recruiting Services has been recognized as a Forbes Top 100 executive search firm since 2018.
Edouard Thoumyre and his firm, ACCUR Recruiting Services, have been featured in numerous publications such as WWD, Business Insider, Newsweek, CPG Specialist, Yahoo Finance, Nasdaq.com, Marketplace by NPR, Business of Fashion…