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headhunter in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheadhunterhead‧hunt‧er /ˈhedˌhʌntə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BOBEsomeone who finds people with the right skills and experience to do particular jobs, and who tries to persuade them to leave their present jobsheadhunt verb [transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
headhunterYou could always return an imaginary call from a headhunter.A headhunter for ten years, Kinnaird has just been commissioned by his first female client, which speaks volumes.Do you ever ask headhunters to recruit a whole team? 4.Companies in the survey were asked if they used any mechanisms to protect themselves against poaching by other businesses employing headhunters.Sometimes the headhunter receives a fee for that advice without even undertaking an executive search.Unfortunately, the headhunter forgot to inform the candidate, so the meeting between the candidate and the client collapsed in misunderstanding.Send your resume to headhunters you would like to contact you, but make certain it is professionally prepared and presented well.Do you use headhunters regularly or on specific occasions only? 3.