Goldsmith sold his recruitment business, Computer Futures, for £275 million in 2005.
For those looking for an ideological profile to take away from the recruitment fight, Kagan proves opaque.
Other countries will be identified and recruitment efforts put in place once we launch our new honors program fall 2015.
On his website freedomofmind.com, he warns that today “the internet is… the primary vehicle for recruitment and indoctrination.”
Congress authorized the train-and-equip mission in mid-September, but two months later, recruitment has not even begun.
The assignment policies and recruitment practices of the corps were the inevitable result of its segregation policy.
In Ceylon there is no system of recruitment like that for the Assam tea-gardens.
recruitment standards, which had to be relaxed during the war, are now being tightened.
The recruitment of Gūrkhas for the British service began in 1838.
Nor is there any reason why the recruitment should be confined to persons of British domicile.
recruitment re·cruit·ment (rĭ-krōōt'mənt)
An abnormal disproportionate sensation of loudness felt in response to sounds of increasing intensity.
The activation of additional motor neurons in response to sustained stimulation of a given receptor or afferent nerve.