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recruiting

noun [U]
 
 
/rɪˈkruːtɪŋ/ ( also recruitment) HR
the process of employing new people to work for a company or organization: Areas in the Midlands and the North East of England were identified as having the worst problems in terms of recruiting. Our HR team has decades of experience in the recruiting of college and university graduates. We have invested heavily in recruiting and retention and the results are now beginning to pay off. recruiting and training a recruiting process/program/strategy a recruiting campaign/drive a recruiting coordinator/firm
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