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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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He is believed to favour the Australian system of picking the best 11 players and head-hunting a captain from that group.
Snow - such head-hunting would draw a $10,000 fine in the NFL - and low by Bonds.
Although it wasn't a situation where a pitcher would go head-hunting - James was trying to protect a two-run lead - Boston manager Kevin Kennedy wondered before Saturday's game if the three hit Red Sox batters in the series opener had anything to do with his team's previous success against the Angels.
Johnson says he won't go head-hunting when Bogues tries to fight through a screen.
His Oilers and Falcons teams were known for their mouthy, undisciplined, head-hunting ways.
MGMS, which specialises in head-hunting senior and middle-ranking executives, will continue to be run by founder and chairman Mike Sheard.
Our American system is a pro-active head-hunting service -we have the whole world at our finger tips to search out 'The One' on a member's behalf.
Los Angeles selected Sacramento-based head-hunting firm Bob Murray and Associates to search for the next police chief, city Personnel Director Margaret Whelan said Friday.
If she phones you it might well be because the former Welsh Office civil servant wants to offer you a job - she is a director with Leonard Hull International, a top head-hunting outfit.
Jeff Spry, Rottman's director of outplacement services, says the company is the only executive head-hunting firm in the state specializing in health care.
It also provides on-line skill-based recruiting that automates pre-screening and electronic head-hunting.
SAUDI Arabia's soccer chiefs are head-hunting former Liverpool pair Gerard Houllier and Rick Parry to sort out their football.