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employment agency

a business which acts as an AGENT on behalf of firms seeking employees and of persons seeking work. Employment agencies maintain lists of job vacancies notified by prospective employers and details of persons seeking work, and match up the two. In addition, they may advertise jobs on behalf of employers and, where instructed, act as recruitment agents by interviewing and shortlisting job applicants.
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Martin Deeg, managing director of IT Production at the IT systems department of the German Federal Employment Agency.
If a company needs a temporary accounts payable clerk to catch them up on their payables, their temporary might easily be someone overqualified for that role who is willing to take the step back because it's only temporary," said Susan Ahrens, regional manager Adams and Associates, an employment agency in Anchorage.
Loreta Buksnyte, director of Minta recruitment and employment agency in Kaunas, shares her Siauliai counterpart's concern, reiterating that there are increasing numbers of Lithuanians who are in a job search abroad.
Alan Brockbank, prosecuting at Newcastle Crown Court, said: "He went to an employment agency looking for work and produced a Belgian passport.
There are important differences between temporary agency workers and people who have found a fixed-term or permanent job through an employment agency.
But this only applies to a small proportion of the employment agency market and the evidence of workers being charged fees for work placements, suffering illegal deductions from wages, dreadful accommodation, failure to pay employers NI and other abuses grows daily.
In January, Ferrera was joined by about 30 protesters outside of the Ho Ho Employment Agency, which recruited him.
I am interested I starting an independent employment agency in St.
The answer has to be toddling down the high street and walking into the nearest employment agency and ordering a dozen (say) shelf stackers.
The YWCA LinksToJobs program will establish a community based employment agency as part of the YWCA Skills Development Centre.
Companies are required to give participation and vesting credit to employees for the time they performed services for the company through an employment agency before becoming a regular employee.
an employment agency specializing in the placement of technical personnel, leased 2,500 square feet.

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