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 all talk about "partnering" with our clients and the headhunter needs to be prepared to discuss this approach.
A headhunter told us of a man who'd been a star at several money center banks.
We also noticed a decrease in hiring activity in third quarter, an observation that is consistent with industry trends," stated an article available on Private Equity Headhunters LLC's website.
Most people feel flattered when called out of the blue by a headhunter.
The headhunter also may ascertain if you should be a candidate, even though ostensibly that's not what the call is about,'' Provus said.
is focused exclusively on the needs of headhunters, third party recruiters, and executive search firms.
Because Private Equity Headhunters only works with senior executive talent, the firm has a 100 percent success rate.
We will use the resources of both our IT team and Marketing team to educate senior executives against common pitfalls in the current job market using various mediums including websites, blogs, press releases and social media," said Allen Till, Chief Legal Officer for Private Equity Headhunters.
com), is the worldAEs largest network of third party recruiters, executive search consultants, headhunters, and staffing firms with over 16,000 participating members.
According to a BBC source, the men who accosted MacIntyre made it clear that they had not forgotten his involvement in shaming the Chelsea Headhunters.
As headhunters, we are finding that firms and candidates are being completely open and brutally realistic about what is on offer.