IACPRInternational Association of Corporate and Professional Recruitment (Beverly Hills, CA)
IACPRIowa Association of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (est. 1988)
IACPRInternational Association of Corporate and Professional Resources
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In other major findings of the IACPR survey, executive search activities are expected to increase again in 2001 from this year's record levels.
While slightly more than half (52 percent) of all IACPR members did feel that top executives receive excessive compensation, a significant number (43 percent) believe that most top executives "are worth every penny" they're paid.
Top management, employment and economic experts will be joining IACPR members in programs, presentations and workshops dealing with topics ranging from the realities, rewards and risks of globalization and the ingredients of executive success, to the effect of cultural differences on behavior and recruitment practices throughout the world.