Headhunter

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Headhunter

A person or company that recruits potential employees for clients. The term is most often applied to recruiters who seek executives and other professionals such as doctors and lawyers.
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We need a chain reaction of head hunters, networking organisations, CEOs, chairmen, shareholders and women - all working together with vigour, commitment and purpose to accelerate the pace.
The Chelsea Head Hunters were fighting in the street between them and the railway station and Mr Shepherd was set upon by a group of English thugs.
1-1-1; The Lookouts 1-1-1; Head Hunters 1-2; Simi Valley Recyclers 0-3.
Additionally, we are in current discussions with a number of traditional Head Hunters to position our software as a private label solution to their on line business strategy.
A FIRM of London head hunters has launched a search to find a chief executive for training and education quango Elwa with a salary of up to pounds 121,000 a year.
A short-list compiled by head hunters Veredus, will be put to the board of Elwa for consideration, with the successful candidate expected to be named in the autumn.
Di Montezemolo complained last year that head hunters had targeted the team's top staff after they won both Formula One titles and two employees left.
The Campaigner commands legions of foot soldiers, head hunters, alien infantry, robots and four "Boss Monsters," whose sole purpose is to stop Turok.
Simultaneously, it is an extremely efficient and inexpensive resource for professionals in the healthcare field, scientists, venture capital firms, stock brokers and brokerage firms, head hunters, consultants, university and medical libraries and institutional investors interested in biotechnology.
The pounds 130-a-week warehouseman, was exposed by undercover reporter Donal McIntyre on television bragging about his acts of violence with the Head Hunters.
HEAD hunters have been appointed to look for suitable candidates to represent Wales on the Content Board of Ofcom.