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someone who supplies members or employees

an official who enlists personnel for military service

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The maid said the man later drove her back to the recruitment firm. Her agent informed the police after the woman narrated to him the entire incident.
The recruitment firm, founded in 2001, will help UKBIC build to a team of up to 95 professionals this year for the new government-funded centre.
With operations in the US and Canada, Drive360 Logistics is a transportation recruitment firm, focusing on truck drivers and diesel mechanics.
Apprentice winner Ricky Martin, who set up the recruitment firm, said: "It's pretty shocking to unearth that such practices are happening every day in the hiring process.
Apprentice winner Ricky Martin, who set up the recruitment firm after winning the reality TV show in 2012, said: "It's pretty shocking to unearth that such practices are happening every day in the hiring process.
The victims sought police assistance when they learned at the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency the training center is not a recruitment firm.
Recruitment firm Kind Consultancy took home the top prize
The POEA administrator pointed out that the penalty of canceling the POEA license is imposed on recruitment firms, which would charge placement fees on outbound domestic helpers.
Recruitment firm Robert Half said its research suggested that business saw the benefits of agreeing to requests from staff, with many believing it will have a positive impact on morale.
A RESCUE deal to save a major recruitment firm has failed to secure jobs at the company's Teesside base.
What are the odds of two unrelated job-seekers of different nationalities using counterfeit currency of two different countries at the same recruitment firm and at the same time?
Recruitment firm Reed is in the process of running a mass recruitment drive on behalf of clients such as Ashghal (Public Works Authority), and Davis Langdon (AECOM) in Qatar.
But a survey by recruitment firm Norman Broadbent found they still account for just 16.7 per cent of board members at the UK's 100 biggest firms.
And Liverpool-based industrial recruitment firm gap personnel, formed in 1997, has a new financial analysis and planning manager in Sarah Hughes, of Northwich, who was previously UK finance manager at technical recruitment specialist NES.
According to Dave Dart, Managing Partner of the Morisey-Dart Group, an executive recruitment firm, “Time is the most important element when developing and executing an interview process geared to attract top performers to your company.” He suggests that hiring managers set up a timeline for the entire hiring process and that using an executive recruitment firm's services can help move things along, especially when it comes time to make an offer.
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