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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 NBI source, still citing the statement of Veloso's recruiter, revealed that the respondent's contact in Hong Kong was a certain Bill, who was introduced to her by the Afro-American's live-in partner.
Airmen interested in becoming a recruiter must complete an application and an interview with the local recruiting flight chief.
In this book, recruiters not only learn technology terminologies as it relates to roles, like database, software development, ERP, software testing and other crucial skill sets, there's also samples of technical prescreening/screening questions to ask candidates, technical assessments of candidates, (samples can be downloaded today at http://technicalrecruitingbook.
Many people express concern that the recruiter is going to go out and use their name in some way: "Bill over in Process Development suggested that I give you a call.
Recruiters can cap the number of pre-screened candidates they receive per job posting, and unused credits can be shifted to other open positions if a job is filled or priorities change, Yahoo said.
Candidates frequently stumble rounding second base, either because they lack the requisite leadership skills or they are unable to convince the recruiter they are effective leaders.
Our recruiters need the same access to students as employers and colleges, so that both students and educators are informed that military service is a viable career option.
Army spokesman Paul Boyce said the one-day halt will allow commanders to review policies and guidelines with recruiters as the service enters its peak recruiting period, when high school graduates and others are out of school and considering whether to enter the military.
Nearly 85 percent of recruiters in Europe, 88 percent of recruiters in Asia and 95 percent of recruiters in Latin America either "strongly agreed" or "somewhat agreed" that being at least bilingual is critical to succeed in today's business environment.
FileMaker Recruiter is an easy to use solution that provides a single tool to identify and track candidates, manage requisitions, and effectively communicate with candidates and clients to get the best person onboard as fast as possible.
The Army expects the CDs will provide a higher than average lead-to-contract conversion rate, as distribution is targeted at qualified leads who can choose to provide Army recruiters with information on interests and preferences, facilitating more personal and directed interactions.