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hire

1. 
a. the act of hiring or the state of being hired
b. (as modifier): a hire car
2. 
a. the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
b. (as modifier): the hire charge
3. for or on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
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In addition, from day one of an assignment, an agency worker will be entitled to the same access to the hirer's collective facilities and amenities, such as canteen facilities, childcare facilities and transport services, as a comparable employee of the hirer - this is unless there is objective justification to deny access.
The right to equal treatment will not apply until an agency worker has undertaken the same role, whether on one or more assignments, with the same hirer for 12 continuous calendar weeks.
Hirers benefited from these practices in that they were provided with an affordable labor force and, according to Martin, "a taste of mastery.
After identifying a number of general points of symmetry between them, this paper more carefully examines the close connection between the mark-up pricing of a product seller and the mark-down pricing behavior of a resource hirer.
Even the best-qualified outsider will have trouble convincing a hirer that he can soothe and heal better than an insider who already knows the history, the politics and the personalities.
These cases allege that the hirer failed to use reasonable care to employ a competent contractor.
The hirer terminates the independent contractor at will.
We've noticed some companies that are now entering the market are really just marketing companies that then hirer P.
MD of POINTSoftware Gillian Frary said: "Our research showed that millions of pounds are lost every year in the UK vehicle rental market alone - without even taking into account the full supply chain - because vehicle suppliers are unable to recharge damage caused by the hirer or identify where damage has occurred.
The manager tried to contact the last hirer but communication with a traveller, who could now be anywhere in the world, proved elusive.
a The stadium had agreg edtohost the eventv throughr a community m eventsv initiativei , meaning the Mardir Grasr did not havea the venue hirer costs normallyl borne by commercialr promoterr s.
Hiring contracts are then formalized between the owner and the hirer, with no participation of HireJungle that only provides the connection interface between parties.