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Synonyms for hirer

one that employs persons for wages

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a person responsible for hiring workers

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It applies to individuals who are an agency worker, hirers of agency workers and organisations supplying agency workers.
Furthermore, after 12 calendar weeks in the same role, agency workers will be entitled to the same basic working and employment conditions they would receive if recruited directly by the hirer as long as they continue in the same role.
com and PreScreen America will help ensure that hirers are selecting the most qualified freelance talent available, and that gurus have the opportunity to get financial background information needed to evaluate potential clients.
Container and site hut hirer Mobile Mini has added a range of energy efficient mobile welfare units to its inventory.
Equal rights After 12 weeks in the same job for the same hirer, temps will be entitled to the same basic conditions as permanent staff.
The new regulations give agency workers the right to the same basic employment and working conditions as if they had been recruited directly by the hirer, after completion of a 12-week qualifying period in a job.
Under the new regulations, agency workers will be entitled to the same basic rights and benefits as those employed directly, if they have held the same role, under the same hirer, for at least 12 weeks.
The first episode sees John Thomson in the role of Sir Alan Prentice, the tough-talking hirer and firer in reality business show The Applications
Lloyds British Hire is a long established and well respected hirer of lifting equipment, with particular strength in the industrial sector.
Car hirer Avis Europe said it wrote off millions on a failed computer system and its shares fell 8.
Check outside and inside the car and note any existing damage with the hirer on the agreement form.
Before his music career took off, White - from Pensacola in the decidedly untouristy part of Florida - worked as a surfboard hirer, gas station attendant, and male catalogue model.
I'm more willing to believe neither makes a difference if the hirer falls madly in love with an outside candidate.
Ultimately, the alliance is intended to make the exchange between hirer and guru more efficient and rewarding.
An Essex-headquartered manufacturer and hirer of modular and portable buildings has been extended with acquisition of 4 depots and more than 4,000 portable accommodation units.