hiree

hiree

(ˌhaɪəˈriː)
n
a person who is hired to do something
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In the calculus that we hope the General Assembly enters into, it will have to weigh the job and wealth creation of the non-Amazons (most job creation happens at the small business level, one hiree at a time) against the total cost to them and individuals of the $5 billion the governor would have us give to Amazon.
the recruitment source that referred the hiree for each full-time vacancy, the job title of each full-time vacancy filled, and the date each fulltime vacancy was filled
Netflix hiree Melissa Cobb as VP Kids & Family Content.
E- CLASSIFIED player Quikr has acquired Hiree, an online hiring platform, as part of its strategy to tap the white collar job market.
Hiree claims that their portal is used by 900+ companies and is growing to add more companies in the future.
Endeavor pilots hired before the EtD program takes effect will continue to enjoy a "streamlined" application process at Delta and all seniority rankings will remain in place, meaning they will get an opportunity to apply at the mainline before any EtD program hiree finds a position there.
15) Women do appear as lessors in at least nine cases (20%): twice, the lessor is the hiree's mother; (16) twice, the lessor is the naditu owner of a slave; (17) three more times, the lessor is a naditu, without either family relationship or ownership status to the hiree specified; (18) in two more cases, the female lessor is unrelated to the hiree.
But there are problems, and Ben Wesley, a recent hiree seems to have the truth placed on his shoulders, and is pulled between honesty and the jobs of the farmers.
See particularly the Preface and Chapter Hiree, "Kiddie Lit in the Academy.
As a new hiree in the editorial department of this very specialized publishing company--everything they published had something to do with the information industry, a term I definitely wasn't familiar with--I was handed a copy of Tom Hogan's book called Online Searching: A Primer, which he co-wrote with Carol Fenichel.
As CEO or any manager, you are the chief HR person," argued Carlos Cardoso, CEO of Kennametal, who makes a point of interviewing every potential hiree for second-tier and up management positions.