2008.04.23(Review of 2003.12.05 edition)
We didn't want to let April go by without taking a second look at this @Work edition from 2003. We hope all the new recruits out there are faring well and enjoying their new jobs!
- To recruit (v.) is to find or persuade new people to join an organization.
A recruit (n.) is someone who has recently joined an organization.
A recruiter is someone whose job is to find or persuade new people to join an organization.
- 動詞の recruit は、組織に加わる新しい人材を見つける、もしくは加わるよう勧める、という意味です。
名詞の recruit は、最近組織に新しく加わった人のことです。
- The company has been able to recruit some of the best and brightest in the nation since it was voted “America's Most Innovative Small Manufacturer” by Berlitz Biz magazine.
- We've outsourced a human resources firm to recruit a team of environmental research specialists for our new Global Resources Project.
- (veteran employees at a Tokyo office in April)
a: What do you think of the new recruits?
b: They all seem so young! Has it really been that long since we first joined the company?
- I've had a satisfying career as a corporate recruiter.
- Recruiters from over 35 medium- and large-sized companies will be on campus next week conducting interviews with interested applicants.
May your future be bright!