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Hiring Spree

Aug 8, 2022

What does ‘hiring spree’ mean?
See how it is used in this headline:

Good News on Jobs May Mean Bad News Later as Hiring Spree Defies Fed

( August 5, 2022)

Hiring Spree: a sustained, energetic period of hiring a lot of people.

Es un ‘boom’ de contrataciones.

So, what is the opposite of ‘to hire’?

To fire.
And to hire again into the same company?

To rehire.

Hire / Fire / Rehire

So remember, a ‘hiring spree’ is a sustained, energetic period of hiring a lot of people.

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Alan Robert

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