7 Inspiring Films For Every HR Professional

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Headhunter (2009)

Successful recruiter Martin Vinge is a former business journalist. Today, his job involves recruiting top managers for large companies. his agenda is finding employees for the elderly owner of a shipping and oil company. The businessman has his son, but his father is in no hurry to hand over the reins of the family business. As fate wills, Martin finds himself in the middle of a ruthless and greedy struggle for power and company money. It is one of the Impressive Films To Watch.

The Recruit (2003)

A film starring Al Pacino and Colin Farrell. An experienced CIA recruiter finds a young programmer and persuades him to join the department. To convince the freedom-loving kid to become a hired help, the recruiter uses his knowledge of psychology and information about the death of the hero’s father.

The Internship (2013)

About training and adaptation

Two 40-year-old friends are the “dinosaurs” of the outgoing generation of salesmen. Before they know it, the Internet has put them out of a job and they have no other choice but to try to do something else to stay afloat. Trying to find a new job, they get an internship at Google and find themselves among the “NEXT” generation that can’t imagine their life without computers, social networks, and all kinds of gadgets.

Moneyball (2011)

About team building

A film about the general manager of a baseball team, who was involved in recruiting and organizing a team game. And how he managed to build a winning team despite financial problems.

The Pursuit of Happyness, (2006)

About motivation

Chris Gardner is a father who raises his five-year-old son alone. He wants his child to grow up happy and not need anything. But when he works as a salesman, he can’t afford to pay the rent and they are evicted. On the street but unwilling to give up, Chris finds a job as an intern at a brokerage firm. Except he won’t get any money during his internship, and the internship lasts for six months. This is one of the best movies if you want to learn something new in your life.

Boiler Room (2000)

The main character of the movie dreams to earn a lot of money, and very soon he gets a job in a newly opened brokerage firm where he can make good money legally. Seth happily accepts the offer and within a few weeks he is already earning a high percentage of his trades. He is motivated by the success of the company’s already established managers who use unconventional ways to motivate him.

Up in the Air (2009)

Ryan Bingham, a corporate lawyer, devotes all his time to his work. He’s always on the road, his phone hasn’t stopped ringing and his address book is full of the phone numbers of the ‘right’ people. He spends most of his life on the road, in countless hotels and rented cars. And his job is pretty exotic – he fires people for the bosses of companies from all over the country, who are afraid to do it themselves for some reason. And although his life is surrounded by luxury goods, he is hardly a happy man.

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