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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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En Mexico hay peligro real y son tres caidas y como ellos estan acostumbrados a solo una, no resisten", dijo el Head Hunter I.
GKR also has an office in Hong Kong and a joint venture with New York head hunter Pendleton James Associates.
It said that these head hunters have recieved several resumes from Aircel employees following a warning letter issued by the company recently.
It will go from the internal recruiter (in company), To the head hunters in recruitment offices and selection through the function of consultant in interim.
To support the VSS holders in getting the jobs in other companies, services of leading head hunters will be arranged at company's expense.
The firm is believed to have hired head hunters to find a suitable replacement, even though no official statement has been made, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Head hunters will be appointed to look for a new finance director and assist the board's Nomination Committee to identify suitable internal and external candidates.
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.
It provides for an engaging network of HR professionals, head hunters, consultancies, organizations and assertively any professional who seeks to climb high on his or her career.
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.