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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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In this instance, the employment agencys client had asked the agency to ensure that the contractors hired did not have any criminal convictions or credit worthiness issues.
The spokesman said that they had just detained a suspect on another matter at the employment agency in Sologne when witnesses said they had seen an armed woman walking around in the building.
Mr Stephen Chia of 21st Century Employment Agency said he had been expecting the increase after the Indonesian Embassy increased its minimum wage for maids and the US dollar appreciated.
The company's employment agency locator program is allowed the user to search for any job agencies by zipcode, city and state.
(PDF) outlines the legislation defining "employment agency"
According to the Federal Employment Agency, the number of unemployed people in Germany dropped from September to October by 48,000 to 2.8 million - representing a 6.5% unemployment rate (much lower than the UK's 7.7% rate).
Around 40% of Bulgarian companies are planning to hire new employees and increase their staff, according to a survey by Bulgaria`s Employment Agency.Unemployment rate in Bulgaria is not expected to rise, despite the finalization of temporary employment projects that give work to 50 000 people, says the head of the Employment Agency Kameliya Lozanova in an interview for "24 Hours" on Sunday.Lozanova pointed out that the companies which had hired workers under these temporary employment measures tended to retain 20% of the new staff permanently, with the percentage increasing to 50% when it comes to young employees.
LARGEST EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. The Puerto Rico Labor Dept is the island's largest employment agency, but that is not something it is known for.
A The vast majority of people working through an employment agency will not have the legal status of being employees.
Turned from Page 1 Marcus Hodge of Hadfields said: "The REAL Employment Agency is run in a friendly and extremely professional manner.
Celik said Employment Agency, or ISKUR, would take a giant step forward to become a contemporary public employment agency as labor and vocational advisers were employed.
Kamelia Lozanova has been appointed deputy executive director of Bulgaria's Employment Agency, with a portfolio of overseeing European and international projects.

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