headhunter

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A popular term for a person—or employment agency—who recruits physicians, upper echelon executives or other professionals, matching potential employees with employers

headhunter

A popular term for a person–or employment agency who recruits physicians, upper echelon executives or other professionals, matching potential employees with employers
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We know that head hunters already value the transparency that our platform provides, and these upgrades provide an even better user experience for executives, recruiters and employers.
Lumholtz himself claimed to be the first explorer to "put the head hunters of Borneo in the right light before the civilized world.
Said Kris Lakshmikanth, founder, The Head Hunters India Pvt Ltd, "While corporates strive to get the right candidates at the CEO or CFO (chief financial officer) level at high salaries, the compensation in most cases is directly linked to the performance of the candidates.
IT IS not essential to have any qualifications to become a recruitment consultant, head hunter or employment coach.
Real estate executives and head hunters never stop recruiting top producers, but more agents are considering making the move in a down market, according to Matt Johnston, CEO of Workway, a real estate staffing firm with offices in Tampa, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.
Head Hunters by Claire Peate (Honno) If you're looking for escapism and enjoy a bit of whimsy, this is one to add to your summer list of easy reading.
Also on the bill are the Northeast's finest street punks GIMP FIST, on a roll after their headline set at the Rebellion festival this year; the schizobrass overdose of THE HORNOSEXUALS and the punk'n'roll rumble of ZOMBIE HEAD HUNTERS.
AGM Transitions provides self-marketing consultancy, CV building guidance, interview training and mentoring, and then introduces people to the right opportunities through various routes, including head hunters, private equity, our Alumni network and other contacts.
The statement read: ``Aston Villa plc has instructed a leading national firm of head hunters to appoint a chief executive replacement for Mark who Aston Villa thank for all his efforts during his six years with the company and wish him all the success he richly deserves.
Compaq's whiz kid Barbara Mair, the only woman repeatedly named by head hunters, is under 40.
The union responded by advertising the role and calling in specialist head hunters Odgers Ray & Bernstein to help find the right candidate.