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Hire

To initiate employment for a person. That is, one hires an employee when one asks him/her to accept a job and he/she agrees. The employer agrees to pay wages and/or salary to the employee, who agrees to perform certain services for the employer. See also: Fire.

hire

the use by individuals or businesses of an ASSET that is leased to them by the owner of the asset in return for a financial payment (the hire charge). Hiring provides a means for consumers or firms to make use of assets without having to make large cash payments to purchase them. See LEASING.
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She adds that when veteran employees are at least somewhat responsible for the decision to hire, they are probably more likely to help the new employee fit in once he or she is on board.
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And even if you are not in a go-go glamour business, you want to make sure you lure and hire the 18-karat candidate, not fool's gold.
If a new hire needs time to obtain a copy of the acceptable document(s) to comply, he or she may begin work, but must provide the employer with proof of application for a duplicate within three business days.
We're excited to bring new capabilities and extended reach to the market," said Byron West, President of Hire Velocity.
Hire With Your Head: A Rational Way to Make a Gut Decision by Lou Adler (John Wiley & Sons, $29.