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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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You've learned that the first secret to finding job opportunities and eventually getting hired is to connect with the people who will help you find the job you want.
Sherry was nice, too - not to mention talented and qualified - so she was hired.
If the employee's work is good and he is making a contribution to the business, he may be hired on merit instead of Federal tax subsidies.
s have been hired over the last 25 years, and the qualified black candidates' resumes were thrown in the trash.
For example, an employer must check the driving record of an employee hired to be a driver.
Fox Interactive Media (FIM) is parent company to MySpace and recently invested in Simply Hired with an aim to expand the reach of the Simply Hired search engine and to bring job search to a variety of FIM websites.
Personnel General Manager Margaret Whelan said she is confident the six new officers hired have been thoroughly questioned during polygraph tests and do not pose a risk to the department.
Our mission is to help people find more jobs, from more employers," said Gautam Godhwani, CEO of Simply Hired.
Applicants are not automatically hired, but are ranked according to their scores.
In all, the city hired 1,136 civilian employees since Jan.
When Apple launched their new Video iPod, we were really excited, but then it struck us some users might want more than just old Madonna videos and Desperate Housewives re-runs," said Dave McClure, head of marketing at Simply Hired.
During the 2002-03 television season, 13 of the top 40 shows had not hired any minority directors, 10 had not hired female directors and three had excluded both women and minorities.