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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IT IS not essential to have any qualifications to become a recruitment consultant, head hunter or employment coach.
Segun nuestro presidente, posiblemente con mil y una noches de insomnio, siempre constituyo para el un dilema inmenso deber seleccionar a sus colaboradores de entre tanto y tanto garbanzo de a libra, como sus head hunters le presentaban.
2-2-1; Head Hunters 1-4; Simi Valley Recyclers 0-5.
I just started turning over stones, and fortunately I had kept my resume with most of the physician executive head hunters.
Job categories that are attracting a lot of interest from head hunters are hot; ones that aren't are not.
Telecom, FMCG and consumer durables sectors will come out on top in offering higher salaries and increments," says Kris Lakshmikanth, Founder CEO, The Head Hunters.
Bankers in Hong Kong are paid more than their counterparts in Singapore, reportedly to compensate for the excessively stressful work environment, according to head hunters operating in the industry.
The active involvement of head hunters has already started to make a difference.
Apenas superada la eleccion, corrio la especie de que el neofito presidente habia formado una poderosa cuadrilla de head hunters, buscadores de talentos, que reunirian al mejor equipo de colaboradores que ejecutivo alguno pudiera haber imaginado.
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.
Sin embargo, ella subrayo en repetidas ocasiones que su labor era conjuntar a la gente mas capacitada para desempenar ese puesto, a fin de que los llamados head hunters los evaluaran y Fox tomara la decision final.