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 state-owned corporation for many times has been among the best employers according to independent respectable Russian and international ratings: the largest recruitment web portals of Russia HeadHunter and Rabota.
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This helps to filter applications and, where we use headhunters, we can try and pick up some narrowly targeted and highly beneficial lateral hires.
The headhunters were going to cast their net among captains of industry and the very best working in public administration.
He has responded to criticism in the national press of the fees commanded by headhunters.
Entertainment headliners on Saturday include vocalist Juice Newton and members of the '60s rock bands Iron Butterfly, Rare Earth, Sugarloaf, Blues Image and Cannibal and the Headhunters performing as the Classic Rock All Stars.
This book sets out within the context of private sector jobs in the United State s economy, to describe and analyse the role of headhunters (also known as executive recruiters and executive search consultants) in the process of finding people for jobs.
Headhunters don't like risky placements and try to identify candidates who have a very high probability of staying in the position at least through the guarantee of one to three years.
The Football Association have appointed a firm of headhunters to search both inside and outside the game for Adam Crozier's replacement as chief executive.
The authors make use of a rich, diverse archive of data they gathered through semistructured interviews with headhunters and their clients; fieldwork at various headhunting firms; attending industry seminars and conferences; analyzing industry newsletters and various audio, video, and written training materials; and a mail survey they conducted of recruiting firms belonging to a statewide personnel services association.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-13 November 2002-Norwegian Donald Duck magazine sends headhunters after new head (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.