To Whom it may concern,
It is not often I write letters such as this, but in the case of Executive Resources, I believe it is warranted and necessary. My method of work is to do what is necessary to get the job done and not expect any “pats on the back”. Executive Resources contacted me and acted as an intermediary in securing a position for me to not only further my career, but to take maximum advantage of my experience and time in the industry.
Finding me a position would have been sufficient since I thought this was their primary function. In my case, however, they went beyond this function to ensure that the company and I were a good fit for now and the future. After investigating the position they related to me that they were sure I would excel in a very short period of time and they developed a relationship with me of trust where I believed this as fact. I have worked in my new capacity for a month and a half (with the Christmas Holidays in-between) and have taken on additional responsibilities not originally outlined in the job description. I am now instructing and acting as an internal consultant to other departments because of my good fit.
I truly believe that this type of match-making is standard operating procedure for Executive Resources and I intend to be in contact with them when my efforts here are rewarded with the responsibility of a professional staff.