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What is Headhunting
Headhunting is a term for searching workers through direct addressing of potential candidate. It is focused on highly rated talents, experts or managers.

Headhunting is a term for searching for workers through direct addressing of potential candidates. It is focused on highly rated talents, experts or managers.

Headhunting in practice: Headhunting is a search of highly rated people in the labor market, but especially directly in the organizations. Headhunting is dealt mostly by specialized agencies or executive search specialists, but also common personnel agencies. Headhunters appeal by telephone or e-mail directly to specific candidates with a job offer. Agents or agencies take for obtaining the expert a high reward, that can range between 2 to 5 times the salary of the candidate.

In recent years, social networks are increasing the use for headhunting, especially professional networks such as LinkedIn and XING.

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Last update: 19.10.2016


Dave Carr 24 days

British lawmakers seek to make smoking as attractive as possible. For example, such cigarettes as Chesterfield red had a very beautiful design.

That is why since 1971, health risk warnings have been printed on all cigarette packs. In addition to verbal intimidation, packs contain horrific photographs that clearly demonstrate the sad consequences of smoking.

In addition, cigarette packages are painted in a certain green-brown shade - the most disgusting for the eyes, according to experts.

Smoking warnings occupy 65% ​​of the total area of ​​a cigarette pack and are printed on both sides. Even the font that prints the name of the tobacco brand, its size and colour are also standardized.

The high price of cigarettes
High taxes on tobacco are designed to make cigarettes as inaccessible as possible for the younger generation. Since May 21, 2017, in Britain, it is forbidden to sell cigarettes of 10 pieces per pack. Now cigarettes are sold for at least 20 pieces per pack - for this reason, the cheapest pack will cost £ 8.82 (about 670 rubles at the exchange rate on 10/14/2017).

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