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Synonyms for hire

Synonyms for hire

to obtain the use or services of

to engage the temporary use of (something) for a fee

to give temporary use of in return for payment

Synonyms

the act of employing for wages

the state of being employed

one who is employed by another

Synonyms for hire

a newly hired employee

Related Words

the act of hiring something or someone

hold under a lease or rental agreement

engage for service under a term of contract

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Looking to the future, eight in 10 working respondents in the UAE claim that they intend to hire in a year's time.
Laura Bielinski, Trinity Mirror Midlands sales director, said: "Trinity Mirror Midlands is delighted to be working in partnership with HAE on this new initiative to raise awareness of the multi-faceted hire service industry, particularly when infrastructure and growth in the Midlands is at an all time high.
If you get into a non-booked private hire vehicle you will not be insured as the driver can only legally carry passengers who have made a prior booking directly with a private hire company.
I trained the agency owner and the management team on the Evidence Based Hiring System, and they started using this system to find and hire new producers.
Each incident of plying for hire gives rise to two criminal offences of firstly plying for hire in an unlicensed vehicle (in the sense that a private hire vehicle is not licensed to ply for hire as a hackney carriage is) and, secondly, driving without insurance, covering them for thirdparty risks arising from using their vehicle for public hire.
Bayt.com's latest Middle East Job Index Survey found that 51 per cent of employers in the UAE said that they are 'definitely' or 'probably' going to hire. Among UAE companies that plan to hire within the next three months, 38 per cent are going to hire for a junior executive, followed by 30 per cent who intend to hire a coordinator, and 25 per cent who intend to hire a manager.
The spokesperson of the company shared more details of this offered service, according to which, the interested customers can hire one or more developers from Elision Technolab on full time, part time or hourly basis.
By industry, organisations in the banking/ finance industry present the highest intention to hire (74 per cent), followed by the hospitality/ recreation/ entertainment (73 per cent) and the telecommunications industry (71 per cent).
In our journey, we have come across various projects where the clients like to hire a resource instead of going for the fixed cost project for various reasons.
Today, firms relying solely on interviews, resumes, and manager decisions to hire low-skill, service-sector workers have been catapulted into a sea of poor-quality workers--workers with short-lived job tenures.
This demand declines through time, as employers decrease their hire every quarter.
At the ACR Show in February the Chiller Division of equipment hire specialist Andrews Sykes Hire highlighted a number of its newer developments including a plug-and-play low temperature chiller, an extremely fast and reliable unit when permanently installed equipment is out of commission or cooling is required as a temporary solution.
HIRE industry experts are due to descend on the Midlands for a two day conference later this month with the aim of generating 'the desire for hire'.
I WAS not at all surprised when I read the article on a gentleman who had a travel ban placed on him due to an unpaid car hire bill.