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golden hello

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal a payment made to a sought-after recruit on signing a contract of employment with a company
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In 2017/18, 'golden hellos' were used to recruit 19 doctors at a cost of PS302,214.
He said: "That troops have been discharged for taking drugs can qualify for jobs which come with PS10,000 'golden hellos', and keep their old ranks, adds insult to injury.
Unless the role of doctors in general practice is properly funded, these "golden hellos" will fail to attract young doctors when better career opportunities are available.
Coun Ed Ruane (Lab, Henley) says councils are using taxpayers' money to recruit and train foster carers but those carers subsequently move to agencies after being offered so-called cash golden hellos.
As the recruitment crisis worsens, some practices are being forced to offer "golden hellos" of up to PS10,000 on top of six-figure salaries to attract new GPs.
In fact their value is growing - so much so that rival councils are offering substantial 'golden hellos' to attract them.
We could hang up football." In a March referendum, Swiss voters voted to boost shareholders' say on executive pay and ban one-off bonuses known as "golden hellos" and "goodbyes." --SPA 16:18 LOCAL TIME 13:18 GMT Latest News Previous Next |
The idea of paying golden hellos was introduced by the former Liberal Democrat administration because it was hard to attract top talent to Liverpool.
NURSES are being offered pounds 1,000 'golden hellos' to work despite NHS cuts of pounds 87.5 million in the region.
The investor expressed concern at the rise in payments of golden hellos.
Bridgend MP Madeleine Moon has backed government plans to help people who are out of work, including "golden hellos" of up to pounds 1,000 to encourage businesses to take on the long-term unemployed.