Employer vs Prehire - What's the difference?

employer | prehire |


As a noun employer

is a person, firm or other entity which pays for or hires the services of another person.

As an adjective prehire is

occurring before an employee is hired.

employer

English

Noun

(wikipedia employer) (en noun)
  • A person, firm or other entity which pays for or hires the services of another person.
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  • , title=(The Celebrity), chapter=10 , passage=The skipper Mr. Cooke had hired at Far Harbor was a God-fearing man with a luke warm interest in his new billet and employer , and had only been prevailed upon to take charge of the yacht after the offer of an emolument equal to half a year's sea pay of an ensign in the navy.}}
  • * , (1911-1977)
  • It might be said that it is the ideal of the employer to have production without employees and the ideal of the employee is to have income without work.

    Anagrams

    * *

    See also

    * jobseeker ----

    prehire

    English

    Alternative forms

    * pre-hire

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Occurring before an employee is hired.
  • (of a collective-bargaining agreement) Whereby an employer (usually in the construction industry) agrees to draw its workforce from a pool of employees dispatched by a labour union.