人工智慧如何改变我们-上海猎头公司专家告诉你

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人工智慧的出现,对于未来的人类生活产生莫大的影响,据估计,10年之内人工智慧将取代许多现有的岗位,特别是重复性的工作内容,譬如会计、工厂作业员、银行柜员、保全保安、驾驶员,甚至记者、医生,日前有一项报道就指出目前已经出现的人工智慧能自动扫描读取数以百万计的文献、诊断报告,从而判断病人的病因,做出诊断和医疗意见,而精准度高到另人难以置信,超过许多医学专家的水平。

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12 Reasons to Hire a Search Firm

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Recruiting top performers, according to the best search consultants who ply their trade day in and day out, is an exacting science – it is labor intensive, complex, and requires a rare set of people skills and business expertise. This might be why tens of thousands of recruiters roam the earth – and why most of them are in hot demand today.

 

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專任委托的高階人才搜尋

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To begin with, there are many differences between the two types of services beyond the superficial difference of how the recruiter is paid. In some ways, a true retained search practice resembles a temp agency more than a perm-placement business, for the simple reason that both use a “division of labor” business model.

 

For example, in a large retainer practice, a search director will delegate the research and screening to a support staff, in much the same way an account manager or sales manager will delegate the “recruiting” function to a staffing coordinator. In contrast, the vast majority of contingency recruiters do their own research and screening to fill their job orders.

 

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什麽是 Executive Search 高級人才推薦

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Executive Search Firms

Also known as “headhunters,” executive search firms seek out and carefully screen (and weed out) candidates, typically for high-salaried technical, executive, and managerial positions (although lower-salaried positions are handled by many such firms as well). Executive recruiters are paid by the employer; the candidate is generally not charged a fee. Unlike permanent employment agencies, they often approach candidates directly, rather than waiting for candidates to approach them. Some prefer to deal with employed candidates.

 

What should I do if a recruiter calls me at work?

Since executive recruiters often prefer to work with those who are currently employed, they usually contact people at work. That can make for an uncomfortable situation if your boss, or anyone else, is hovering nearby. If you are interested in working with the recruiter, ask him if you can return the phone call at a later time. Then do so on a break or lunch hour using your cell phone and not an office phone.

Whether you're employed or not, don't contact an executive search firm if you aren't ready to look for a job. If a recruiter tries to place you right away and finds you aren't really looking yet, it's unlikely he will spend much time with you in the future.

 

最近更新在 週五, 26 四月 2013 22:12 閱讀全文...

獵頭公司的價值

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Posted by Ken Forrester

Employers seldom complain about the services of headhunters, it’s the headhunters’ fee that has become their pain point.

A few months ago I was a presenting at a seminar to about 35 business owners and HR professionals.  The topic of the presentation was “How to Recruit like a Headhunter” and during the presentation I made the statement “if you are not using headhunters as your primary recruitment weapon, then you are not hiring the best talent in-the-market”

One individual took offence to that particular statement and became very irate.   He literally stood up from his seat and while pointing his finger directly at me he said “you don’t know what you’re talking about-because we hired some pretty good people-and they are working out just fine-and we didn't use headhunters”

Without any hesitation, here’s how I responded:

Sir, you are absolutely correct…

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