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August 10, 2019
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Lucky winner Nigel says Whoop whoop Im heading

first_imgLucky winner Nigel says:”Whoop whoop! I’m heading out to Johannesburg to see a good friend – and of course to visit a town called Nigel! I can hardly miss that opportunity can I? Otherwise it will just be a relaxing few days away from running my micro-pub, Anchored in Worthing.” Well done Nigel and thank you to everyone who entered. To find out first about the latest giveaways and competitions, join Skyscanner on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or why not sign up to our weekly newsletter, Airmail?Next time it could be you who’s Flying Anywhere!ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWinner of Twitter flights competition announced!Are you the lucky winner of our amazing competition to win £500 worth of flights? Find out!Winner of Twitter flights competition announced!Are you the lucky winner of our amazing competition to win £500 worth of flights? Find out!Winner of Twitter flights competition announcedAre you the lucky winner of our competition to win £300 worth of flights? Find out! A huge thank you to everyone who entered our #FlyAnywhere competition!We’re delighted to announce that Nigel Watson from Worthing in West Sussex is our lucky winner, picking up a free return ticket to Johannesburg.Nigel was one of the many of you who entered our #FlyAnywhere competition to be in with the chance of winning flights to anywhere in the world worth up to £500. All the entrants had to do to be in with a chance of winning was search for flights up to £500 on Skyscanner, tweet the search results to @Skyscanner with the #FlyAnwhere hashtag and then keep their fingers crossed.last_img read more

July 27, 2019
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Executive Head Hunter Coming to an HR Team Near You

first_imgThe executive head hunter is increasingly becoming an in-house role. executive head hunter Carol Hymowitz and Jeff Green of Bloomberg Businessweek report that executive head hunter duties are increasingly moving in-house at some of the biggest companies. “General Electric, Coca-Cola, Pfizer, Microsoft, and Nike are increasingly using their own executives…to recruit talent and avoid fees that can run as high as 40 percent of a new hire’s first-year compensation,” Hymowitz and Green write. Head hunting outfits are reporting that in “the last 12 to 18 months,” big corporations are poaching some of their best talent to lead recruiting in-house. Thanks to new technology and social networking sites, it’s become increasingly easy for companies to bypass executive head hunter firms in their search for talent. Hymowitz and Green report that “GE has built an internal recruiting staff of about 500 in the last six years,” and that team, “helped by LinkedIn and BranchOut, filled most of GE’s 25,000 openings, about 10 percent of which were executive and senior professional positions.” Read about the full impact of this shift in the full article and consider repositioning your own recruitment efforts.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more