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Professional and Executive talent acquisition issues and processes. Succession Planning, Organizational Development planning and implementation. Executive Compensation.

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James Dromsky is Founder and CEO of Orion Consulting, Inc. During his twenty-five year career he has conducted and managed Executive Search and Human Resources consulting engagements in the Consumer Products, Electronics/Computer, Financial Services, Information Services, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Transportation and DOD related industries. Prior to founding Orion Consulting, Inc., Mr. Dromsky functioned as Engagement Manager and Consultant for regional and national Search and Consulting Firms. He has successfully completed Search assignments for positions including President, General Manager, Vice President Operations, Vice President Finance/CFO, Vice President Marketing/Sales, Vice President Manufacturing, Vice President Engineering, Vice President R&D, Vice President Human Resources as well as Managerial, Supervisory and Professional Direct Contributor positions in all functional areas. As President of Orion Consulting for the past 23 years, Mr. Dromsky is directly involved in and responsible for all Search and Consulting engagements. These engagements have ranged on the Search side from a single top management assignment for a start-up firm to a 75 hire multi-year reconstruction of a major appliance manufacturing concern. The Consulting engagements have ranged in scope from individual assignments such as a targeted salary survey; development and implementation of database applications for a H.R. Information System in the consulting industry; design and growth of a software development team for the information services arena to the conceptualization and installation of a complete corporate Human Resources function. Mr. Dromsky received his education in Biology and Chemistry from Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey. In addition, he has taken graduate course work at the same university in the area of Business and Marketing. Mr. Dromsky served in the U.S. Navy, which included a tour of duty in Southeast Asia.

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Mr. Dromsky received his education in Biology and Chemistry from Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey. In addition, he has taken graduate course work at the same university in the area of Business and Marketing. Mr. Dromsky served in the U.S. Navy, which included a tour of duty in Southeast Asia.

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Recent Answers from Jim Dromsky

2015-01-24 Hiring Help:

Anthony  I dont know how long you have had your business but if it has been years, then you already know there is NOT a hard and fast answer to the problem.  The things you Can do is to determine the top

2014-05-01 question about a company's first salary offer:

Mike:  Over the years there have been many truisms created.  i.e.  Always and never should never be used.  Dont assume and my personal favorite K.I.S.S.  The real answer here is that every company/recruiter

2012-11-20 future:

Amer:    There are as many opinions on this subject as there are people who have opinions.  Having said that, business skills combined with engineering expertise are a winning combination.  Skip the HR

2011-06-29 Career Change/Unemployment:

Monica:  The answer may sound simplistic but you can explore entry-level Sales/marketing opportunities etc.  These could provide you with the exposure you desire.  In addition, many firms also provide

2011-05-05 Hiring questions:

James:  I believe the question on an employment application is whether you have been convicted of a Felony.  Since this was a misdemeanor,  the answer will be no.  If you were issued a citation that qualifies

 

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