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[Image] Magnifying glass hovering over candidate resumes (What Do Employers Look For in Executive Candidates?)

Experience isn’t the only aspect that employers look for when it comes to hiring. Having worked with clients for over 50 years, Bristol understands the complex wants and needs of employers searching to fill a role at their company. It takes the right mix of experience, skill, personality, and fit within company culture for a candidate to land an executive position. Our seasoned recruiters share their insight regarding what employers commonly look for when searching for executive candidates.

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We are excited to announce the results of the 18th Annual Casino Gaming Executive Satisfaction Survey. The survey, conducted in partnership with Spectrum Gaming, received a total of 1,363 responses, which is our highest respondent count to date.

The survey analysis conveys how the attitudes and preferences of casino gaming professionals have changed over the past decade and how they relate to overall market conditions.

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Calling All Casino Professionals! 

We are pleased to announce that Bristol Associates, Inc. is conducting the 18th Annual Casino Gaming Executive Satisfaction Survey in conjunction with Spectrum Gaming Group.

Our survey is designed to help the gaming industry attract, retain, and motivate its executive talent by providing insight on executives’ overall attitudes and preferences at their workplace. The following questions will be analyzed in our survey results:

  • Which casino companies do executives want to work for?
  • How do executives quantify overall work satisfaction?
  • What factors (i.e. career growth, location, etc.) are the highest priority when executives choose their employer?

This year, two casino executives will be randomly selected to win a $50 gift card for completing the survey. To be eligible for the raffle, you must fill out your email address at the end of the survey and be a current or former casino executive employee. Only one entry per survey participant.

All individual responses will be kept confidential.

Take the Survey Here