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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Following the results of 2017, in the total rating of HeadHunter the 1st place went to Sibur, the 2nd place was won by ROSATOM and the 3rd place was given to the American company NVIDIA.
Following Friday's late-night set on the banks of the Tyne the Headhunters will play a main stage set at the 2016 Ramblin' Man Fair in Kent.
8220;This track is reminiscent of the early days of The Headhunters classic sound yet with the modern edge that the group has evolved into.
When Dixon & Sparks begin receiving calls on their cell phones, with strange gibberish and chanting, they suspect if this is an Asmat curse, then the primitive headhunters have gone hi-tech.
Roger Brown (Aksel Hennie) is a corporate headhunter who places great stock in his reputation.
Channing Tatum's 21 Jump Street included, I haven't enjoyed any thriller as much as Headhunters this year.
Keeping to his theme of unusual heroes, Nesbo makes his main character a successful headhunter, who's an art thief on the side.
Headhunters find and evaluate job candidates for the benefit of their clients.
Thus, while they look to make staying as attractive as possible for existing employees, they are also using headhunters to keep their eyes open for people who can immediately expand their business if hired.
It started in the late 1990s when headhunters were hired to scan the entire world for a person of international stature to head the city council.
Hughes said: "I'm delighted to have been asked to chair this important panel, and bringing in headhunters is the first stage of a timetable that we hope will lead to appointments of the key personnel for the BHA in September.
Mr Mulcock, who gained a philosophy degree at Huddersfield University and has lived in the town for 20 years, is leading a national debate about the value to business of professional headhunters.