hirer


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one that employs persons for wages

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a person responsible for hiring workers

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Candidates get a modern, innovative engagement with the hirer and the hirer's brand.
We know a candidate who fought so hard for the absolute last dollar that the hirer withdrew the job offer.
Of course, car rental operators offer insurance policies to cover the hirers liability in terms of the insurance excess, but these policies are typically sold at the point of sale and, as a consequence, can be prohibitively expensive.
She beat off 10,000 contestants to take first prize in The Hirer.
Helmet and required clothing are given to the hirer, and that is his or her responsibility to wear or use them," said the other shop's quad bike rental waiver document.
The Regulations will apply to most workers who are supplied by an agency to a hirer and dictate that agency workers will be entitled to the same basic working and employment conditions in relation to pay, working time and holiday entitlement as if they had been recruited directly by the hirer.
Coming into force on October 1, 2011, temporary workers will, for the first time, have a right not to be treated less favourably than permanent employees in terms of their basic working and employment conditions, subject to a 12-week qualifying period of service with any hirer.
SILVIO BERLUSCONI: Media mogul and right-wing politician saw Milan become dominant force with a dream team including Gullit, Rijkaard and Van Basten, JESUS GIL: Legendary Atletico Madrid hirer and firer, who enjoyed 35 changes of coach in his 16-year reign.
After this period, agency workers will have the same rights as if they had been directly recruited by the hirer.
The cycles, which will be regularly maintained, will not have locks and they will be the responsibility of the hirer while in their possession.
The statistics from ski equipment hirer Ski Republic and the Ski Club of Great Britain, come as many of Europe's ski resorts are experiencing the first snows of winter.
Gods of loading and unloading equipment Thorworld Industries have developed a highly informative specialist website covering everything a potential purchaser, hirer or user needs to know about mobile yard ramps--also sometimes referred to as vehicle or container loading ramps.
I wish I had taken the white hirer car's number he was driving.
Five other essays focus on the Christian era: Sophie Lunn-Radcliffe on Ambrosiaster; Richard Finn on Christian descriptions of poverty: Lucy Grig on "parties for the poor": Cam Grey on Salvian's depiction of the poor: and Caroline Humphress on hirer Roman law.
This case involved a hired female slave who was shot in the back while fleeing her hirer, John Mann, who attempted to punish her for a "small offense.