hiring freeze


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Noun1.hiring freeze - a freeze on hiring
freeze - fixing (of prices or wages etc) at a particular level; "a freeze on hiring"
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The bank is said to be implementing a companywide hiring freeze as it is looking to lower costs and enhance investor confidence.
Apple has remained tight lipped in public about any car project, but reports based on leaks claim that the car program is called "Project Titan." A (http://www.ibtimes.com/apple-car-project-titan-faces-team-hiring-freeze-amid-setbacks-2279256) January report claimed that the project was on a hiring freeze, after chief design officer Jony Ive was unhappy with the current state of progress.
The country's four Naval shipyards, which employ about 30,000 people, have been understaffed because of automatic Pentagon budget cuts and a civilian hiring freeze that took effect just as many submarines came due for refueling or major overhauls, according to Chris Johnson, a Naval Sea Systems Command spokesman.
The Texas A&M University System announced a hiring freeze among non-faculty administrative employees on Friday that's intended to cut costs and redirect money toward academics system-wide.
The company has responded to the difficult trading conditions by cutting back on temporary workers and overtime, as well as through a hiring freeze and the limiting of discretionary costs.
He said he received a reprieve from the Department of Justice's hiring freeze and added five assistant U.S.
soon after McClatchy's acquisition of Knight Ridder Inc., has had a hiring freeze at its papers for the past three months, Jacobs told staffers, according to a Herald article by Ryan Schuster.
The final rule says a returning service member must be "promptly re-employed," usually within two weeks, even if his employer has imposed a hiring freeze.
Before the hiring freeze the CBA staff was able to process renewal applications in one to two weeks.
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has imposed a hiring freeze on federal employees hired for positions at the 429 US commercial airports.
Within eight months of becoming CEO, Lacy was widely praised for making swift decisions on a number of key fronts, including: the closure of 83 underperforming Sears hardware stores and National Tire and Battery stores; the announcement of a hiring freeze; and elimination of some of the company's "hard" product lines, such as appliances and home improvement products.