By Sam Darwish
By Martha Bird
Filed Under: company culture
Last Friday we honored the women of Solomon Page with a celebratory International Women’s Day luncheon. For all 365 days in the year, we strive to recognize and celebrate the tremendous impact these talented professionals have made on our business and the world around us.
On Friday, February 8th, the Creative & Marketing division of Solomon Page participated in Cycle for Survival at Equinox Rockefeller Center. Over 15 of our employees cycled in effort to fundraise for cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering. We are grateful to be a part of a great cause and...
The deal bolsters Solomon Page's position in retail and fashion c-suite searches.
As seen in WWD.
The Company Acquires Retained Executive Search Firm E.A. Hughes & Co.
NEW YORK, NY, January 28, 2019 – Solomon Page, a specialty niche provider of staffing solutions and executive search, announces the acquisition of E.A. Hughes & Co., a leading retained executive search firm servicing the...
Filed Under: ambition, News, Communication, company culture, Company News, innovation, job market, Leadership, Organization, Press Release, Recruiting & Hiring, Solomon Page, Success, Thought Leadership, Women Leaders
This December, we started a new holiday tradition. With lights, [fake] snow, gingerbread houses, and more, our office transformed into a winter wonderland. In effort to be crowned The Most Wonderful Workstation of the Year, each division decorated its workspace, which spread holiday spirit near...
Last Friday, Solomon Page celebrated Halloween with a fundraising event we called “Freaky Friday,” fostering team collaboration and excitement for a great cause. Collectively our offices surpassed all three tiers of our fundraising goals—sponsoring underprivileged children through our charity...
Filed Under: company culture, Company News, Freak Friday, Halloween, Halloween 2018, Halloween at work, halloween fundraiser, Halloween office party, Holidays, Save the Children, Save the Children charity, Save the Children nonprofit
It's that time of year again.
Filed Under: company culture, creativity, Halloween, Halloween costume, Halloween costume for the office, Halloween costume for work, Halloween costumes, Halloween costumes for work, Halloween office party, Holidays, Office Halloween costume