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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If you're setting out to meet a few good headhunters, there is a strange paradox about approaching recruiters that you need to take into consideration.
"As the first Russian IPO on a US exchange since 2013, HeadHunter has successfully established a strong, trusted brand, which has enabled it to achieve significant growth in recent years." said Nelson Griggs, President of the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.
HeadHunter has entered the Belarus, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan markets, launched a Russian Employer Rating, Wage Database, Clickme advertising service, online Vacancy Fair, online Talent Assessment service and Academy e-learning service.
BSI allegedly circumvented Mancano and directly hired candidates the headhunter recommended from 2009.
PBA media bureau chief Willie Marcial, who was also nominated to the post but declined interest in it, confirmed that there are more than 20 candidates in the headhunter's list.
As the name implies, the Headhunter's two-track binary cam system uses only two tracks to harness the string and two cables.
Based on the novel by Jo Nesbo, Headhunters simmers gently for the opening 30 minutes, establishing the characters and marital tension between Roger and Diana, which leads to one major plot twist.
Adapted from a bestselling novel by Jo Nesb[degrees], it's about a corporate headhunter with a potentially life-changing sideline in trying to swap masterpieces for forgeries.
Adapted from a bestselling novel by author Jo Nesb[degrees] and showing at Cineworld Cardiff, it's about a corporate headhunter with a potentially life-changing sideline in trying to swap masterpieces for forgeries.
Keeping to his theme of unusual heroes, Nesbo makes his main character a successful headhunter, who's an art thief on the side.
The Institute suspects this person is a headhunter attempting to obtain firm names, titles and phone numbers for use in recruitment efforts.