Vocabulary --> Personnel --> Recruitment --> Word to learn

1.     abundant adj., plentiful, in large quantities; n., a large number

a.     The computer analyst was glad to have chosen a field in which jobs were abundant.

b.     The recruiter was surprised at the abundance of qualified applicants.


2.     accomplishment n., an achievement, a success

a.     The success of the company was based on its early accomplishments.

b.     In honor of her accomplishments, the manager was promoted.


3.     bring together v., to join, to gather

a.     Every year, the firm brings together its top lawyers and its newest recruits for a training session.

b.     Our goal this year is to bring together the most creative group we can find.


4.     candidate n., one being considered for a position, office, or award

a.     The recruiter will interview all candidates for the position.

b.     The president of our company is a candidate for the Outstanding Business Award.


5.     come up with v., to plan, to invent, to think of

a.     In order for that small business to succeed, it needs to come up with a new strategy.

b.     How was the new employee able to come up with that cost-cutting idea after only one week on the job?


6.     commensurate adj., in proportion to, corresponding, equal to

a.     Generally the first year's salary is commensurate with experience and education level.

b.     As mentioned in your packets, the number of new recruits will be commen­surate with the number of vacancies at the company.


7.     match n., a fit, a similarity

a.     It is difficult to make a decision when both candidates seem to be a perfect match.

b.     Finding a good match is never easy.


8.     profile n., a group of characteristics or traits

a.     The recruiter told him that, unfortunately, he did not fit the job profile.

b.     As jobs change, so does the company's profile for the job candidate.


9.     qualifications n., requirements, qualities, or abilities needed for something

a.     The job seeker had done extensive volunteer work and, therefore, was able to add this experience to his list of qualifications.

b.     The applicant had so many qualifications, the company created a new posi­tion for her.


10.     recruit v., to attract people to join an organization or a cause

a.     The company's policy is to recruit new employees once a year.

b.     When the consulting firm recruited her, they offered to pay her relocation expenses.


11.     submit v., to present for consideration

a.     Submit your resume to the human resources department.

b.     The applicant submitted all her paperwork in a professional and timely manner.


12.     time-consuming adj., taking up a lot of time, lengthy

a.     Even though it was time-consuming, all of the participants felt that the open house was very worthwhile.

b.     Five interviews later, Ms. Lopez had the job, but it was the most time-con­suming process she had ever gone through.

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