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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The quiet, softshell fabric used in Scent-Lok's Head Hunter Jacket ($199.
To cite an example, a Bangalore-based head hunter said, "We have been given a budget of Rs 8 crore for two-three senior level positions in a new telecom company.
If you're a recruiter, HR person or head hunter going through up to 200 CVs a day and yours is complex and badly written and doesn't have the information about the role very quickly, you don't get that extra time," he added.
Becca Orchard is a head hunter - but not in the conventional sense.
IT IS not essential to have any qualifications to become a recruitment consultant, head hunter or employment coach.
Two axed were head Hunter and his deputy Johnson, although neither is accused of abuse.
The fine imposed on Peter Bracken, the former head of communications at Whitehead Mann Group, the executive head hunter with offices in Meriden and Cirencester, was only the second of its kind handed out by the City regulator since it was set up in 2000.
Dale Schimmel is taking a year off from his job as a head hunter to concentrate on his creation -- the Dibbler, a hard plastic caddy designed to carry up to four standard-sized golf clubs.
Men Women Banker/stockbroker Marketing Management consultant Designer Internet design/commerce Management consultant Doctor/surgeon Journalist Journalist/writer Head hunter Company director Banker/stockbroker TV/film producer Lawyer Lawyer PR/advertising Architect TV/film producer Publisher Company director
Lieutenant Colonel John Moody, head of Army recruitment in the West Mid-lands, said: "Birmingham has once again proven itself as the country's top head hunter for the Army.
The MP for Neath is getting married to his partner of two years Elizabeth Haywood, a head hunter and former head of the Welsh CBI.
The 100 consultants and staff of executive head hunter GKR - including ten in the Solihull office - are set to share in a cash and shares windfall of nearly pounds 20 million as they are taken over by bigger rival Whitehead Mann.