HireBetter Launches New Website and Executive Career Coaching Services

HireBetter Launches New Website, Executive Career Coaching Services

Austin, Texas — HireBetter, the leading talent partner for entrepreneurial, growth-minded, middle-market companies, today announced the launch of its new website and executive career coaching services. Through the new website, HireBetter aims to provide a world-class user experience while delivering the right solutions, resources, and information to executives, partners and employers.

The launch of HireBetter’s executive career planning and coaching services follows a company-wide initiative to further help employers and executives affected by the turbulent economy and job market since March. In an effort to better serve its network of executives, HireBetter has formed a strategic partnership with renowned career coach and entrepreneur, Patti Boyle. The partnership will enable HireBetter to offer professional career services to executives in transition, including career planning and coaching, resume review and strategy, interview prep, and more.
“When I learned that HireBetter wanted more support for their network of executives, I knew I could help. What sold me was their people-first approach and their commitment to offering comprehensive solutions of the highest quality. We share those values, and I’m thrilled to be a part of the HireBetter difference,” Boyle said.
Boyle is an expert career coach, speaker, author, and decorated entrepreneur with an extensive portfolio – having worked with organizations such as Hewlett Packard, Exxon, Wells Fargo, NASA, Microsoft, and more. She holds executive coaching certifications with twelve different organizations, including The John Maxwell Group.

Beyond career services, the HireBetter website includes a number of other new features and resources, including: a partner directory; frequently asked questions and answers for job seekers, partners, and employers; and a comprehensive resource library that includes articles, case studies, guides, and videos.

HireBetter determined a new website was necessary to provide the best experience for its community of clients, partners, and job seekers looking for the right solutions – from job placement and career development, to talent acquisition and Strategic Talent Planning™.

“We put our clients and community first and structure our business around their talent needs,” said Cisco Sacasa, CEO of HireBetter.

“Our new website and career coaching services are just two of the many ways we are fulfilling those needs, and we will continue to evolve our resources and solutions to fit the needs of all our stakeholders,” said Sacasa.

HireBetter has attracted a large audience of entrepreneurs and executives and expects its new website to provide them with important information about talent – the number one topic of conversation for entrepreneurial companies. Information they won’t find elsewhere, like the truth behind a notoriously-shady recruiting industry from industry veterans, as well as information highlighting the differences and benefits of HireBetter’s retained model over traditional recruiting firms, and the ins and outs of its solutions and processes.

This “no BS” approach to informing the business community, as HireBetter Co-Founder Kurt Wilkin put it, is “necessary for transparency, so business leaders can make informed decisions” and “provides a foundation of trust for true long-term partnerships.”

The new website and service offerings, which launched last week, have already exceeded expectations, according to Sacasa.

About HireBetter
HireBetter is the award-winning strategic talent partner for entrepreneurial, growth-minded, middle-market companies that need the right solutions to thrive and scale. Named the #1 Retained Executive Search Firm by the Austin Business Journal since 2017, HireBetter supports organizational growth and change by developing effective talent strategies and building world-class leadership teams. To learn more, visit www.HireBetter.com

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