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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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Barberton City Schools in Barberton, Ohio, hires about 20 teachers each year.
Despite the three-month window when employment was unfrozen last year, more than 60 percent of the new hires were made during official freeze periods, CAO records show.
These executives have no desire to exert the effort needed to be progressive or innovative; they hire subordinates who lack progressive ideas or any desire to innovate so they won't be challenged by them (a growing crisis that has eroded successive layers of industry capability).
The majority of new hires had baccalaureate degrees in accounting; a few had law or masters' degrees.
Today's fierce competitive climate demands that law enforcement agencies move quickly to identify and hire qualified applicants in the shortest time possible.
Hiring people this way is not just cheaper and easier, it also results in "happier employees, improved morale and new hires who are already familiar with your organization"
With its emphasis on embracing people for decades, Rosenbluth wants to be sure it hires people it will want to have around that long.
For example, in 1995-96 the Department of Corrections set a goal in the Staff Services Occupational Group to hire five African Americans in two years.
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We're excited to bring new capabilities and extended reach to the market," said Byron West, President of Hire Velocity.
Guerrero took pains Thursday to shoot down suspicions Adidas made this hire - or at least established dangerous influence in the athletic department.
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