unhired

unhired

(ʌnˈhaɪəd)
adj
(Commerce) not hired
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For instance, if Walmart needs two drivers in North Dakota and has four applicants, the company is much better at keeping connected to the two unhired drivers in case of future openings.
Private companies are unlikely to take this action on their own because there is no guarantee that training results in a more talented labor pool and because the training could lead to a firm's competitors poaching unhired training recipients.
their song is (lit.) "unbidden and unhired" (979; [phrase
She grew up on a farm about 30 miles from Toledo, where she jokes that she and her mother and sister were "unhired" hands because they were never paid for their work.
An "exception" is defined as hiring a member of the middle-scoring group when a member of the highest-scoring group goes unhired, or when someone in the lowest-scoring group is hired over someone in one of the higher-scoring groups.
There is a sort of unhired fidelity, an our ishness about it that makes it rest pleasant in one's feelings.
Empty or unhired cabs were thus barred from entering the Naia complex.
It also could mean that as many as 2,630 teachers who were hired to reduce class size will be "unhired."
You are my peasant and you'll do as I say or get unhired. We will go to a restaurant.
Witnesses also said Crane did not permit the company to advertise job openings because he did not want to create a paper trail of unhired qualified minorities.
Before Spain can put a - as yet unhired - builder to work, he has to ask the city to rezone the back lot because its current designation is agriculture.
Having noticed the servingmen's "[w]it-combats and Quarreling with Weapons of sharper edge--all in humble imitation of their Masters" in Romeo and Juliet, Coleridge allows as how "there is a sort of unhired fidelity, an our ishness about it that makes it rest pleasant on one's feelings" (CM 4.827).