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Local Hire

A new employee who lives in the same area as the job. A company does not have as many start-up costs for a new hire because it does not cover any relocation expenses. Local hires may also be paid less than others, especially in the developing world and some other areas.
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Even with approval, some commissioners voiced issue with the engineering company s commitment to only 15 local hires.
Jacobs has said that it will mobilise some of its staff from the soon-to-complete Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi project and will complement these with local hires.
Jacobs is mobilizing a number of its healthcare professionals from that project, plus local hires, to work on the Saudi Arabian National Guard hospital program, said a senior official.
Companies face fines and hiring restrictions if they fail to meet their quotas for local hires.
A requirement that, to be eligible for H1-B visas, a firm must employ local hires for at least 25 percent of its workforce, progressively increasing to 50 percent (according to industry estimates, between 50 and 80percent of U.
Hamilton Energy Solutions has added several new local hires to their sales team to assist in developing commercial projects in the dynamic solar energy market in the San Joaquin Valley.
The new company will employ Jacobs engineering systems and tools and will be staffed by OCP and Jacobs, as well as with local hires.
Aa AaAaAa The new company will employ Jacobs engineering systems and tools and will be staffed by OCP and Jacobs, as well as local hires.
trained international students or local hires with international experience.
Taylor says his sources have reported that work is going on, accomplished mostly by local hires and small businesses.
Presently, there are 12 to 13 employees, most of which were local hires.
The ESPN crew will consist of about 90 people, including local hires.