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Movies about recruitment

Movies about Recruitment

If you liked our article Types of bosses who look like movie characters, youā€™ll love todayā€™s theme.

The cinema has given repercussion to all the professions and to have, and the recruiter or headhunter is not an exception. On this occasion, we have selected 5 essential films that you can not miss if you are dedicated to this.

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Moneyball (2011)

Genre: Drama

Synopsis: In 2001, Billy Beane (Brad Pitt), general manager of the Oakland Athletics (baseball), became famous for achieving great success through the “Moneyball” methodprogram that consists of building a competitive team with fewer economic resources than most major league teams and employing computer statistical methods to coordinate players.

The internship (2013)

Genre: Comedy

Synopsis: Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson), two commercials who have lost their jobs, conclude that their problem is not adapting to new technologies. They then decide to start from scratch and look for work in the most popular company on the Internet: Google. When they finally get an internship as interns, they will be forced to compete with young twentysomethings, bright college students much smarter and more familiar with the digital world than they are.

Up in the Air (2009)

Genre: Drama Comedy

Synopsis: Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) is hired by companies to reduce staff, because he is an expert in firing people. For some time, Ryan lives carelessly traveling all over the country. He can carry everything he needs in a wheeled suitcase and is a pampered member of all existing traveler loyalty programs. However, Ryan has nothing real to hold on to. When he is attracted to an attractive travel companion (Vera Farmiga), another traveler, Ryanā€™s boss (Jason Bateman), encouraged by a young efficiency expert (Anna Kendrick), threatens to tie him to an office. Faced with the prospect of being stationed, Ryan begins to ponder what it would mean to have a real home.

The Intern (2015)

Genre: Drama Comedy

Synopsis: The young owner of a successful online business dedicated to fashion reluctantly accepts that the company hires, as part of a work program, a seventy-year-old man as a senior intern. However, you will gradually realize how indispensable it can become for the company.

El mƩtodo - The method (2005)

Genre: Drama

Synopsis: Seven candidates for an executive position take the selection test of a multinational company, located in a skyscraper in Madrid. Their personalities are the most diverse: the winner, the aggressive, the insecure woman, the critic, the indecisive. In a climate of tense competitiveness, fear and doubt will take hold of the participants, who fall into a state of paranoia so that they suspect that they are being observed by cameras or that, among them, there may be an infiltrated psychologist who is already evaluating them. This claustrophobic atmosphere highlights the unscrupulousness of the aspirants.

What do you think of these films? Do you have any other recommendations?

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