As an executive search firm serving Washington, D.C. and its surrounding areas, our search consultants work with companies in a variety of industries to locate and attract outstanding managers and executives. We offer Washington companies both full service executive search and selection services and flexible, cost-effective research services.
The federal government accounts for about 30% of jobs in Washington D.C., making our nation’s capital somewhat immune to some of the economic downturns faced by the rest of the country. As the fourth-largest metropolitan economy in the United States, Washington has become increasingly diversified, with a growing number of professional and business service jobs. The District of Columbia hosts nearly 200 foreign embassies and international organizations, and the area is abundant with organizations such as law firms, non-profits, lobbying firms, trade unions, industry trade groups, professional associations, and both civilian and defense independent contractors, who are headquartered there to be close to the federal government. As Washington’s second largest industry, tourism contributes a great deal to the local economy as well. Other industries unrelated to government that thrive in the District of Columbia include education, finance, public policy, and scientific research. With the help of our executive search firm, Washington, D.C. companies can maximize profitability by finding and retaining exceptional leaders. Lordstone Corporation can save you time, money, and energy in your talent acquisition efforts.
As a small executive search firm serving the Washington, D.C. area, we give our clients highly personalized service, resulting in the long-term benefit of clients and candidates alike. We offer recruiting assistance to Washington companies and non-profits small and large, ranging from $1 million to $60 billion in revenue. No matter your need, our Washington, D.C. executive search consultants can assist you in identifying, attracting, and recruiting top managers and executives.