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in-house

[‚in‚hau̇s]
(industrial engineering)
Pertaining to an operation produced or carried on within a plant or organization, rather than done elsewhere under contract.
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Whether it's done in-house or outsourced to an agency specializing in human resources, putting together an employee manual will cost you.
The business units will be free to set their own legal budgets and choose the in-house team or an outside firm; the legal department will have to prepare hourly billings and if it cannot beat the outsiders' prices, it will be closed.
Based on our successes and failures, we have compiled suggestions for those who are considering a similar conversion to in-house processing.
To support the sub-acute patients' pharmaceutical needs, Green Briar brought its pharmaceutical services in-house.
The ACC 2011 Census Report also reports that, notwithstanding challenging economic times, many in-house counsel experienced a rise in compensation, with 22 percent earning more than $300,000 in salary, bonus and other compensation.
As social media takes off among in-house counsel, so has our Transformative Leadership Awards program.
CMOs and businesses with in-house SEO staff must keep SEO knowledge current.
In-house experience: If you don't have personnel with hot-runner experience, you don't want to train a new or inexperienced tech in manifold maintenance on a flash-encapsulated system that is badly needed back in production, unless the tech is assisting a capable journeyman.
While some questions of interpretation and application remain, the new rules helpfully clarify how and when Circular 230 applies to TEI members and other in-house practitioners.
The old in-house model of wealth management called for a traditional hierarchy, with the wealth manager at the top, responsible for recruiting and managing every team member.
In fact, ACPE's Private In-House Network Technology is so convenient that a free demonstration can be quickly delivered via Internet to your own office.
Office of Management and Budget circular that spells out the guidelines for competition between contracting work out and performing the work in-house.