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A number of companies across the country, including Glassdoor, StubHub, Funding Circle, Yelp, Checkr and even the National Institutes of Health, either paused hiring or canceled their internship programs altogether.

Since March, it’s added over 120 hires globally, 15% of those have been in London and Singapore.

From Digiday

Communications software maker Slack has hired a new chief people officer.

From Fortune

Now Grant has joined the chorus of work and management experts who are betting on technology as a way to improve fairness in hiring.

From Quartz

Imagine hiring someone without being properly vetted and now this person comes in and has to work three times as hard to be accepted by the community.

Like any service for hire, it is extremely important for the traffickers to provide a reputable service, criminal as it is.

Grimm has even been actively trying hire staff members for his office in recent weeks after several former aides deserted him.

The assistant manager at the A&F store had found Elauf qualified for the position and was apparently going to hire her.

They hire other people to write their books for them, whether memoir or fiction.

At the end of his internship, the Davis County School District decided to hire him.

One who uses another's automobile without consent or knowledge of the owner, may be liable to pay a reasonable hire therefor.

Should he hire a horse and kill the animal by rash driving, he would be liable for its value.

Some landlords hire agents to attend to their property and to the collection of rents.

Shall I sit by the roadside and ask every man who passes by if he wants to hire himself out 'on shares'?

The owner of the mules used on this journey resides here, and here, likewise, the money for their hire is paid.

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On this page you'll find 92 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hire, such as: appoint, bring in, draft, employ, engage, and enlist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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