recruitment


recruitment
noun
ADJECTIVE
large-scale
labour/labor, staff
executive, faculty (AmE), teacher, volunteer

She has set up her own executive recruitment business in Paris.

His responsibilities as associate provost will include faculty recruitment.

graduate (BrE), student
army, military, police
ethnic-minority, minority (esp. AmE)

the need to increase ethnic-minority recruitment

active (esp. AmE)

the active recruitment of women

forced

the forced recruitment of children as soldiers

successful

the successful recruitment of a new chairman

RECRUITMENT + NOUN
policy
strategy
procedure, process
method
campaign, drive, effort, programme/program
tool

The website is an effective recruitment tool for the organization.

market (BrE)
agency, consultancy, firm, service (all esp. BrE)

You can get good IT staff by going to recruitment agencies.

She runs a recruitment consultancy.

consultant (esp. BrE), manager (BrE), officer, specialist (BrE)

the company's recruitment officer

centre/center
site, website
PREPOSITION
recruitment by

recruitment by large companies

recruitment into, recruitment to

large-scale recruitment to the new industries

PHRASES
a method of recruitment
recruitment and retention

recruitment and retention of workers with essential skills


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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