HIRE


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AcronymDefinition
HIREHazardous Incident Response Equipment
HIREHooking Is Real Employment (Atlanta, GA)
HIREHuman Investment Research and Education Center (California State University)
HIREHeartland Investment and Rural Employment
HIREHealth Industry Resources Enterprises, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY; est. 1989)
HIREHelp in Re-entering Employment (Bronx Community College; New York)
HIREHigh-Performance Infrared Equipment
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In the next three months, more than two-thirds of UAE employers intend to hire, with 70 per cent of multinational companies, 69 per cent of large local companies and 63 per cent of small or medium-sized local companies 'definitely' or 'probably' hiring.
"Working with Trinity Mirror, the event will combine an opportunity to share good practice and meet exhibitors to find out more about what the hire sector can offer.
At the time, they were struggling to hire good producers and admitted their hiring process was not effective.
The offence is called "plying for hire" - and is illegal for private hire drivers to do.
The Korea Petroleum Quality and Distribution Authority manipulated interview scores of candidates to hire a certain person.
When it comes to expanding their workforce, nearly 70 per cent of employers in the UAE are planning to hire within the next year, a new survey has found.
As per the announcement the company will be offering hire VoIP developer service to its customers across the globe.
According to the survey, 65 per cent of GCC companies polled planning to hire in the next three months.
As per the information shared by the representative of the company, one may hire a dedicated VoIP resource based on their requirements.