Whether you are a long time friend and client, or learning about us for the first time, we welcome the opportunity to tell you about our firm and our people.
Jonas, Walters & Associates, Inc. a Wisconsin-based retained executive search firm has been serving the recruitment needs of successful companies, public and private, since 1972. Originally established as Jonas & Associates, the firm operates as a true specialty practice - manufacturing, distribution, technical support services, logistics, not-for-profit/foundation and corporate governance (click onto Industry Experience in main menu). In addition, our practice is national in scope, with clients coast to coast. The firm was also recognized as one of the "Very finest in Executive Search" and endorsed by John Lucht, author of Rites of Passage at $100,000+.
Our firm is guided by two important principles. We feel very strongly that simply filling jobs should never be the measure of a search firm. The most satisfying aspect of our work is the evidence that Jonas, Walters & Associates, Inc. makes placements that count, in addition to placements that fit. We measure the quality of recruiting results very pragmatically — placement retention and an executive's subsequent promotion.
While many search firms have placed more executives, we know of few that could equal these achievements:
- Ninety-two percent of the individuals placed by Jonas, Walters & Associates, Inc. in the last five years are still with those clients.
- Three out of four have received at least one promotion since their placement.
- Several individuals placed by Jonas, Walters & Associates, Inc. have succeeded in becoming CEO's of their organization.
The bottom line for us is client retention. We work hard at living up to our track record, consequently; existing clients generate seven out of ten new search assignments.
Each of us at Jonas, Walters & Associates, Inc. wants you to know that we value your business and appreciate the opportunity to make a contribution to your organization.
William F. Walters