DICTIONARY

headhunter

名詞
  • ja

    人材スカウト担当者[業者]

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a personnel recruiter for a corporation or executive recruitment agency

    Globify による定義
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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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My wife had a job here in LA doing homes for rock stars.
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And she had a very bad job she wanted to get out of.
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And so I actually pretended to be her sending out her resume.
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And she got a US-based headhunter that offered her a job on Wednesday
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and she had to be in Beijing to start Monday morning.
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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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One interesting thing in '97 was that job posters asked me to charge them for their ads.
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Why?
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They thought they were getting better results in the list,
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better results than paying expensive headhunters or whatever to help them get people.
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But I got this call from a headhunter about this CEO job at RED.
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And I assume they wanted me to give them some names
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so I gave him the names of the perfect people that I thought should take the job.
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And they said, "No, no, no. We want you to come and talk to us."
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It was the first time I got to learn how to be an employee.
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Pay attention to detail. Do the job you're asked to.
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And at some point, you start wondering if there's more you can do.
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And through a headhunter, I got an interview with Duquesne.
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- Welcome to New York. - Thank you.
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You're not exactly what comes to mind when you think headhunter.
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Yeah, I prefer executive recruiter.
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Now, how about you, Chandler?
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Well, Joey, I'm a headhunter.
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I hook up out-of-work Soviet scientists with rogue third world nations.
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    ヘッドハンター

  • en

    a person who recruits others for specific jobs with specific firms, especially professionals and executives