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job ordernoun [C]

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PRODUCTION a written ​instruction to ​produce a particular ​amount of ​goods or to ​provide a particular ​service: We have received a ​bigjoborder from one of our ​maincustomers. fill/complete a ​joborder
HR a ​request from an ​employer to an employmentagency to ​provide someone to do a particular ​job: After a ​joborder to ​fill a ​vacancy has been received from an ​employer, ​personnelconsultantsstart the ​process of ​selecting suitable ​candidates.
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