recruited, past tense; recruits, 3rd person singular present; recruited, past participle; recruiting, present participle;
Enlist (someone) in the armed forces
they recruit their toughest soldiers from the desert tribes
the regiment was still actively recruiting
Form (an army or other force) by enlisting new people
a basis for recruiting an army
Enroll (someone) as a member or worker in an organization or as a supporter of a cause
there are plans to recruit more staff later this year
Persuade (someone) to do or assist in doing something
she recruited her children to help run the racket
A person newly enlisted in the armed forces and not yet fully trained
3,000 army recruits at Ft. Benjamin
A new member of an organization or a new supporter of a cause
after agreeing on a salary, the new recruit failed to turn up on Monday morning
a recently enlisted soldier
enroll: register formally as a participant or member; "The party recruited many new members"
any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
seek to employ; "The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants"
cause to assemble or enlist in the military; "raise an army"; "recruit new soldiers"
(recruitment) the act of getting recruits; enlisting people for the army (or for a job or a cause etc.)
The Recruit is a 2003 spy thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson. The film stars Colin Farrell, Al Pacino, and Bridget Moynahan.
The Recruit is the seventh episode of the sixth series of the British television sitcom Dad's Army that was originally transmitted on 12 December 1973.
The Recruit is the first novel in the CHERUB series, written by Robert Muchamore. It introduces most of the main characters, such as James Adams (James Choke), Lauren Adams (Lauren Onions), Kyle Blueman and Kerry Chang. The book itself was originally to be called 'CHERUB 1.0'.
(Recruiting (athletics)) In college athletics, recruiting is the term used for the process whereby college coaches add new players to their roster of student-athletes each off-season. ...
Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job at an organization or firm. ...
(Recruitment (biology)) In biology, recruitment occurs when juvenile organisms survive to be added to a population. The term is generally used to refer to a stage whereby the organisms are settled and able to be detected by an observer.
A supply of anything wasted or exhausted; a reinforcement; A man enlisted for service in the army; a newly enlisted soldier; A hired worker; To make an attempt to enroll or enlist new members or potential employees on behalf of an employer, organization, sports team, military, etc; To supply ...
Recruiting is any solicitation of student-athlete or a student-athlete’s relatives (or legal guardians) by an institutional staff member or by a representative of the institution’s athletics interests for the purpose of securing the student-athlete’s enrollment and ultimate participation in the ...
(Recruiting) is the inviting of selected participants (who meet specific eligibility criteria) to take part in a research project. The work is undertaken by a field recruiter (often just referred to as a recruiter).
(RECRUITING) The period during which a trial is attempting to identify and enroll participants. Recruitment activities can include advertising and other ways of soliciting interest from possible participants. (See recruitment status and enrolling).
(RECRUITING) Inviting others to join your Team to share the same opportunity.
(Recruiting) Executive Search and Placement Services - We have access to 1.2 million candidates
(Recruiting) Personalbeschaffung, Rekrutierung
(Recruiting) The activity of locating skilled salespeople and inducing them to apply for employment.
(Recruiting) The process of locating and screening a candidate or candidates for an employer as part of a search assignment. Also used to describe overall general efforts to bring in temporary employees. ...
(Recruiting) patients are currently being enrolled
Recruiting involves any solicitation of a prospect (or family members) by the Sam Houston Athletics staff to encourage him/her to enroll at Sam Houston and participate in the intercollegiate athletic programs. ...
write recruiting ads using motivators for better selection.
(Recruitment) The process of finding the right person for the job. This can include interviews, application forms, assessment centres and pyschometric tests etc.