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headhunternoun

  • jaヘッドハンター
  • ena person who recruits others for specific jobs with specific firms, especially professionals and executives

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headhunternoun

  • ja人材スカウト担当者[業者]
  • ena personnel recruiter for a corporation or executive recruitment agency
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So from there, by some miracle, I end up getting a headhunter call from someone at Nike
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which had been my dream since I was a little Kiwi watching the Olympics.
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And I ended up over a 9-month interviewing period—
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getting in the door, smaller job, smaller title, less money.
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I didn't give a shit.
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I was like, "Just keep me in this country and don't fire me."
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That was it, right?
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Why is it that headhunters aren't coming to women?
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Does it feel like there's a finite supply of women who are available for these seats?
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Because you can only kind of do 1, or 2, or 3 at a time.
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I mean, it seems like a great gig.
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You know, it is that boards are looking for someone who is going to fill a skill gap.
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Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell hold workshops from accounting to management
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to help their female crew advance their careers.
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Headhunters receive extra commission for every female candidate they bring to the table.
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Some of them had heard that there were going to be cuts as early as 3 weeks ago
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but only found out today as they arrived at work that actually they were being fired.
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So they were quite shocked.
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So I gather there wasn't just only out of work or newly unemployed bankers in the pub
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but also there were headhunters?
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- Yeah, absolutely. - Swarming already.
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Swarming all over them, looking to try and find them new jobs.
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Howard, even the headhunters were a bit glum.
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They said that after Lehman, it was an opportunity.
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Today, it's going to be more of a struggle.
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More from Quora.
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"Were you ever a recruiter for an HR firm?"
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I was.
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When I moved to Hollywood, I went to a temp agency to get a job.
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And the temp agency ended up hiring me.
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So I was a recruiter.
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I was a headhunter for many years.
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As a matter of fact, I was doing so well as a headhunter,
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I was making more money as a headhunter than when I got my first job on 'The Young and the Restless.'
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So I stayed as a headhunter while I was on 'The Young and the Restless.'
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And I did my work from my dressing room at CBS.