Hardesty Adds 2 New Partners Nationwide!

We’re pleased to announce the addition of two new partners to our growing Hardesty practice. Financial professionals Dennis Drent and David Tolly have joined the practice in Southern California and Atlanta, respectively.”   Hardesty is excited to admit partners, Dennis and David to the firm. Both have years of C-level experience, strong leadership skills, and… Continue reading

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Hardesty Adds Amanda Clauss as Managing Director Leading Aerospace and Defense Practice

IRVINE, Calif., April 1, 2016 — National Executive Services firm Hardesty, LLC has named Amanda Clauss, former Vice President of Boyle Ogata Bregman Executive Search of Irvine, California (BOB Search) as Managing Director and Practice Leader in its Aerospace and Defense Practice. The practice will provide executive search, interim placement, and advisory services to both… Continue reading

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EXAGGERATING EXPERIENCE ON RESUMES? MAYBE MAKING UP A FEW FACTS?

RECRUITERS CAN SPOT RED FLAGS THAT WILL ELIMINATE CANDIDATES Do people lie on their resumes to get jobs? Probably not too many people lie, according to Karl Hardesty, CEO of Hardesty LLC. But they do exaggerate or make their experience look far more important to try to get a job, he says. He has looked… Continue reading

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The Changing Role of the CFO

Q&A With Alex Hansen, Hardesty’s Executive Partner, CFO Services   1. How is the role of the CFO changing into being more of global business advisor? The global marketplace is increasingly complex.  Many companies are finding they need to be global to be competitive and open up new opportunities.  However, there are serious risks, and regulation and… Continue reading

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How to Find Hidden ROI in Your Hospital or Healthcare System

CFOs of health systems must continually challenge staff to look for opportunities to run more efficiently. They need to search for and access the “Hidden ROI.” Cost-cutting big ticket items may be an option, but many times the real opportunities are in better management of the ”small stuff,” specifically in revenue cycle and supply chain.… Continue reading

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