Yes, Kenya Is Ready For Headhunting


Yes, Kenya Is Ready For Headhunting
Heads used to turn when I got introduced as a Headhunter, but top companies have since embraced JstWork 's main service - and the rest of the country is about to wake up and smell the coffee. I know what you are about the ask. What's the difference between a Headhunter and a Recruiter? Well, a Headhunter fills a missing skill-set while a recruiter fills an open position. That said, most of the projects my company undertakes are for top-talent, especially in managerial positions. At this level, a company cannot afford to experiment or to hire a bad fit. HR Managers will often tell you that they "wish John Doe, of my competitor's company, could come and work for us instead." That's where I come in. I go hunt John Doe and bring them to you. Or Jane Doe. Or anyone better than either Doe. It's not an easy task, as these people are not easy to contact. They also have multiple offers on the table, so delivering them takes more than a phone call and a quick meeting. Headhunting is my life. And just like with everybody else, the best things in life are those you go for, not the ones that come to you. Inquiries:
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