Candidate Resources

Thought Leadership

Our Thought Leadership Blog is frequently updated with new articles detailing recent hiring trends and advice from Charles Aris practice leaders.

Newsletter Hub

Visit our newsletter hub to view or subscribe to one of our 10 function and industry-specific newsletters. Each of these free bulletins compiles recent articles and opportunities from our firm.

Offer Report Hub

Visit our Offer Report Hub to view data from offers we’ve coordinated across our functional practices. These reports are useful for candidates interested in gauging their compensation expectations.

Video Interviewing

Virtual interview sessions have become the new normal across industries. Many conventional interview techniques will work across video formats, but a few key nuances could make or break your candidacy.

Anatomy of a CSO

The Anatomy of a Chief Strategy Officer analyzes the backgrounds and experiences of CSOs (or the senior-most strategy leaders) across the 2020 Fortune 500 list.

Resignation Guide

Once you’ve accepted a new opportunity, it’s time to responsibly resign from your current role. Download our Resignation Guide to read our best practices for leaving your organization.

Candidate Guide

As you move into the advanced interview stages for a new opportunity, explore ways to become an even more competitive candidate and leave a lasting impression on hiring authorities.

Onboarding Guide

Congratulations! You’ve just been hired as a leader within a world-class organization. Now is your time to make an impact by quickly setting yourself up for success.

Relocation Guides

Charles Aris recruiters have experience managing the relocation process for candidates in a wide variety of cities and regions. For your convenience, we’ve created presentations to help you learn more about our country’s most unique destinations.

Pay Equity Laws

To do our part in eliminating workplace bias, we provide an updated list of pay equity laws by state and territory.

The Post-Interview Pivot

Interviewing can be intense, especially if you’re a finalist who didn’t land the job. But don’t be too hard on yourself; having runner-up status gives you a unique opportunity to reflect on your career and pursue even better opportunities moving forward.