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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In complete contrast to Rylan Clark, who was headhunted from Sky Living model contest Signed By Katie Price.
The Trust also denied it had "headhunted" Mrs Haynes-Kirkbright, who previously worked at scandal-hit Stafford Hospital.
OLD BOSS Lord Sugar left door open for winner NEW BOSS James Caan headhunted Yasmina for new role
In 2004, he was headhunted to join top 20 accountancy practice UHY Hacker Young, where he took over as head of corporate finance at the end of 2005.
A FORMER KPMG corporate finance specialist and business development expert has been headhunted to spearhead a new business drive by Solihull-based accountants Jerroms LLP.
But Smith, who hopes to make an appointment before the European Championship qualifying draw on February 7, confirmed that the new manager could be headhunted.
Rodgers, 36, lives in Reading and spent nine years with the club as academy manager before being headhunted by Jose Mourinho in 2004 for Chelsea, where he worked his way up to reserve boss.
It seems that few understand that changing jobs usually means losing most of any pension for those years, as only a few are headhunted and can set good pension terms for themselves.
'It is indicative of the type of racing we promote at Nottingham that Richard should be headhunted for this position.
She also revealed that she had been headhunted by ex-Corrie boss Kate Oates and was reluctant to leave her family in London to film in Manchester.
THE FIRM 9pm, More4 Harvard law graduate Mitch is headhunted to work for a prestigious law firm, despite his wife's warnings that it is too good to be true.