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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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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.
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.
Omar Boustany speaks to head hunters (ISIS excepted) So Omar Boustany is looking for a job and head hunters should take note.
Lumholtz published the book "Through Central Borneo - An Account of Two Years' Travel in the Land of the Head Hunters Between the Years 1913 and 1917" in the wake of the expedition that stunned the public with its rich illustrations and vivid tales of the land and people of Borneo.
21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Private Equity Head Hunters, the only executive search firm</a> to offer a fully automated and transparent system, announces that it has upgraded its executive platform.
AGM Transitions provides self-marketing consultancy, CV building guidance, interview training and mentoring, and then introduces people to the right opportunities through various routes, including head hunters, private equity, our Alumni network and other contacts.
WIGAN boss Shaun Wane will command his enforcers to protect prize guy Sam Tomkins from Super League's head hunters.
Real estate executives and head hunters never stop recruiting top producers, but more agents are considering making the move in a down market, according to Matt Johnston, CEO of Workway, a real estate staffing firm with offices in Tampa, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.
Head Hunters by Claire Peate (Honno) If you're looking for escapism and enjoy a bit of whimsy, this is one to add to your summer list of easy reading.
Also on the bill are the Northeast's finest street punks GIMP FIST, on a roll after their headline set at the Rebellion festival this year; the schizobrass overdose of THE HORNOSEXUALS and the punk'n'roll rumble of ZOMBIE HEAD HUNTERS.
The union responded by advertising the role and calling in specialist head hunters Odgers Ray & Bernstein to help find the right candidate.
For the most part, top students in these automotive programs across the province are approached by industry head hunters," he says.