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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Head hunters also operate in the city, working for big-name companies looking for the cream of the crop to work for their firms.
"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.
But Armfield, the FA's head hunter, said last night: "I think that managers are bound to give a commitment to their clubs, I understand that.
BAR and restaurants workers or head hunters are more likely to cheat with colleagues, according to a study.
Candidates can describe their knowledge and experience with more than just words and gain the attention of head hunters before meeting them in person.
Vicente Fox contrato un servicio de head hunters que le recluto lo que el llamo "una gabinetazo".
It said that these head hunters have recieved several resumes from Aircel employees following a warning letter issued by the company recently.
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....