Definitions for "Headhunter"
"Headhunter" is a song by the Belgian EBM band Front 242. It was released in 1988 on the album Front By Front, in two versions (Version 1.0 and Version 3.0), and as a single (which also included Version 2.0). With a music video by Anton Corbijn, the song was a major hit in the electronic and industrial music scenes, propelling Front By Front to become the top selling album in the history of the WaxtTrax! record label.
Headhunter is a video game developed by Amuze for the Sega Dreamcast and Play Station 2 video game consoles. The Dreamcast version of the game was only distributed in Europe by Big Ben Interactive.
Headhunter is the heavy metal band Krokus' seventh album, and was released in 1983. It became a platinum album in the United States and a gold album in Canada and Switzerland. The track Screaming in the Night turned out to be the band's biggest hit at the time, and is still played on classic rock radio stations.
a recruiter of personnel (especially for corporations)
An informal term that describes a recruiter of personnel, especially for mid and large sized businesses. Recruiters are professionals who supply members or employees to companies.
Headhunter - a personnel recruiter who tries to persuade someone to leave their job by offering them another job with more pay and a higher position. See Chapter 16.
Keywords:  novel, findley, slade, timothy, michael
Headhunter is a novel by Timothy Findley.
Headhunter is the first novel, published in 1984, of the Special X series by Michael Slade.
Keywords:  salesperson
a salesperson
a savage who cuts off and preserves the heads of enemies as trophies
A term describing a defensive player who has a reputation for making strong, aggressive tackles on an offensive player who catches passes.
Keywords:  hired, find, job, agency, someone
A person or agency that is hired to find a job for someone through networking.
Keywords:  looks, managers, top, company, person
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