v. scout•ed, scout•ing, scouts
- To spy on or explore carefully in order to obtain information
- To observe and evaluate (a talented person), as for possible hiring.
- To search as a scout: scout around for some gossip.
- To search for talented people: scouts for a professional basketball team.
- One that is dispatched to gather information
- One who is employed to discover and recruit talented persons
- One who is employed to observe and report on the strategies and players of rival teams.
n. TaxScout (taks skout)
- A well traveled guide keenly aware of the obstacles a tax department faces in hiring, and that a tax professional faces in evaluating their career path.
- A highly skilled & clever recruiter who finds solutions others missed.
- One able to guide every different hiring need, and every different individual's career path, to a successful destination.
- An explorer able to chart & navigate you safely and quickly to the desired career outcome even when the path to that outcome had never before been charted.