Beacon Hill Named to Largest Direct Hire Firms Globally List for Second Year in a Row

July 23rd, 2020

Since our inception in 2000, Beacon Hill has continuously grown, becoming one of the largest firms of our kind in the US and in the world. The result is that Beacon Hill has not only expanded nationally but has also been recognized with numerous service and quality awards by industry publications and analysts, as well as media within the communities we serve.

Most recently, Staffing Industry Analysts has named Beacon Hill to its list of “Largest Direct Hire Firms Globally." Beacon Hill is one of 30 firms recognized on the list, compiled using global direct hire staffing revenues generated in 2019. Ranking #17 with direct hire revenue of $47 million, Beacon Hill was one of 12 firms headquartered in the United States to make the list.

Just in 2020 alone we have opened four new offices in Phoenix, Tampa, Louisville and Hartford. Beacon Hill Associates Boston continues to be our largest market for direct hire business followed by Beacon Hill Financial Boston and Beacon Hill Associates New York. Our Technologies teams in Dallas and Sacramento increased their direct hire business by 2X year-over-year.

“We are very proud of our direct hire and executive search offerings,” stated Andrew Wang, CEO. “It is an honor to be recognized alongside the most prominent firms on the globe.”

According to SIA, “The global direct hire market accounted for $33.5 billion in 2019, 6.7% of the global staffing market.” Sales in the United States accounted for approximately 40% of this revenue, making the US the world’s largest direct hire marketing with $13.5 billion in annual sales.

Beacon Hill’s niche brands provide direct hire, executive search, contract staffing, contract consulting, contract-to-hire, and MSP/VMS and RPO solutions to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across multiple market sectors and all industries. Over time, office locations, specialty practice areas and service offerings will be added to address ever changing constituent needs.