How to get your headhunter insurance quote and how to get more coverage
Insurance companies don’t want to see a lot of people leaving their job, and a good way to get that job is to get headhunting insurance.
According to new research from the McKinsey & Co. Institute for Health and Workforce Innovation, employers in the US are willing to pay for that insurance to lure those who are looking to get a job.
The McKinsey study found that nearly all employers surveyed are willing and able to pay to get people hired by their headhunters.
McKinsey researchers found that when employers have a headhunter’s job description and job requirements, it’s often the first thing that comes to mind when they are asked to create an employee benefits plan.
The job requirements typically include a salary of at least $100,000, the ability to work independently and to be flexible, and to work with an “all-volunteer force.”
If you are seeking a headhunter insurance policy, McKinsey suggests paying for coverage through a job placement company.
McKinseys study looked at hiring job seekers in the field of health care, as well as job seekers with an education degree or higher, and found that 70 percent of employers have hired candidates for headhunts based on their job requirements.
McKinays study also found that the average job seeker pays between $15,000 and $20,000 for coverage.
McKinys study looked specifically at employer insurance plans.
The survey found that employers that offer headhunter coverage often include health insurance plans in their job descriptions, as do employers that use a mix of employer and employee plans.
For example, when a job seeker is seeking to find a position, the recruiter might write “Headhunter Coverage, Health Insurance” on the application or “Employee Benefits, Health Coverage” on their cover letter.
McKinsell says that if an employer offers headhunter policies that include health benefits, it will likely offer health insurance to the headhunter and the employee, but not the recruite.
McKinley also found many employers are able to charge a fee to cover costs for headhunter employees, but it’s unclear how much or whether they would charge for the coverage.
For more information about headhunter plans, visit McKinsey’s website.