Definition of Hiring freeze
1. Noun. A freeze on hiring.
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Literary usage of Hiring freeze
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1. Reducing the Size of the Federal Civilian Work Force by Amy Belasco (1994)
"Near-Term Cash Costs and Savings of a hiring freeze (In thousands of dollars per job abolished) First Year Total Savings in Pay and Benefits SOURCE: ..."
2. The Public Service: Issues Confronting the Federal Civilian Workforce (1993)
"Also, GAO found no prohibitions of OIG audits or investigations. Defense Budget Issues: Effect of Civilian hiring freeze on Fiscal Year 1991 Budget ..."
3. Tuberculosis: Costly & Preventable Cases Continue in Five Cities by DIANE Publishing Company, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (1995)
"Some of the communities we visited experienced hiring freeze! affected their TB programs. For example, in April 1992, Los Anj imposed a hiring freeze on all ..."