Local Hire

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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FEMAs local hire effort for disaster recovery activities in Tennessee, following storms in February and March of this year, added seven new employees this week.
Now, the county is testing a variation of the program known as WEP 2.0 that establishes goals for hiring workers within a "local hire zone" near the project's location.
Many Alaska companies see the wisdom in local hire, and Watterson is no different.
Again you can pick up a hedge trimmer from your local hire shop.
SMH have trained engineers at all branches which not only offer a local sales contact, but full stock holding of all products and consumables and a local collection and delivery point but, most importantly, a local hire, service, testing and repair facility.
With a strong Labour party in South Shields, could she not have found a local hire to help out?
A second resolution also seeks to force the county legislature to ask the IDA to adopt "local hire policy" similar, it says, to that used by Monroe County's IDA.
Otherwise, I'd try your local hire shop, the type which deals with catering equipment for large events.
An Audi A6, reported stolen from the Northumberland area two-years ago, and two Ford Focus cars, recently stolen from a local hire company, were seized.
I was a "local hire" for The Associated Press (AP); my utility was that I spoke Hebrew and could get quotes in real time.
Your local hire shop should stock a wide range of ladders and will be able to advise you about the best one for a particular job.
For example, local hire company Longville has been transformed from being initially three independent UK companies into a group now comprising nine businesses operating in Europe, the Far East and North America.'