How not to hunt a trojan horse when hunting for talents?
Many new employees hired by companies are “from the market”, with some experience and professional history. Headhunting is gaining popularity in the process of recruiting such workers across a range of different industries, although in some it is particularly popular (e.g. the creative industry) For a number of reasons recruiting an employee who is working for a competitor is a much more delicate process that hiring someone who is just starting out on their professional journey. – Milosz Awedyk and Jakub Grabowski comment for magazine Rekruter.