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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To maximize the few minutes you get with a headhunter, think first about that person's goals and what they are looking for.
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.
The Kentucky Headhunters were last here as late-night guests at the 2016 SummerTyne Americana festival but their trips here are, like Stuart's, in the 'grab 'em while you can' category.
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.
It is also believed that McCarthy, who is heavily tipped for a second spell as national team manager, wants to deal directly with FAI chiefs rather than with headhunters Ruud Dokter and Ray Houghton.
Some might be struggling, but it's an adaptat- ion process and smart headhunters will understand the new era and adjust their own skill set to keep up with their clients' requirements.
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.
Headhunters was first published in Norway in 2008, and the film rights have since been sold.
The Norwegian pack is led by violent thriller "Headhunters," which has taken in [euro]6.4 million after four weeks, but family films and youth--themed dominate the top 20, with four local films featuring teens or tykes as protags.
WHERE HORNBILLS FLY: A Journey with the Headhunters of Borneo
I'm seeking trustedsources to help me in my career search, particularly headhunters who help those with a background in chemistry.