Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hiring"

The meaning of "Hiring" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит It seems that blind hiring may also help combat similar homogeneity in other kind of workplaces?
A: It means that hiring people without seeing their personal information (only seeing their qualifications) leads to a more diverse workplace. Not everyone will be the same gender, color, or age. There will be all kinds of people working there.
Q: Что значит We hesitated about hiring him, but it turned out to be a great decision?
A: whoever hired the man was not sure if he was good to hire or not but after time and the man proved himself they realized it was a good decision to hire the man ^^*

Can you help me too with my questions~ ^^?
Q: Что значит hiring?
A: To get new employees
Q: Что значит hiring ?
A: To employ

One of the new employees quit today. So I'm hiring someone new

Example sentences using "Hiring"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с hiring.
A: Hiring - giving someone a job

He is hiring the girl right now for the new position in the company

Sometimes he can be strict with the new people he hires

Synonyms of "Hiring" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между hiring manager и personnel manager ?
A: The hiring manager might be who interviews people for the job.
The personnel manager might be who you ask any questions, or ask support from once you have already got the job.

Job titles like this aren't set in stone. Sometimes the personnel and hiring manager might be the same person if it's a small company.

Sometimes you might have a HR (Human Resources) department who handles personnel, but there is no personnel manager, just a HR manager.

It's not a for sure answer I can give because it depends on the company.
Q: В чем разница между hiring и taking (risk) ?
A: Hiring someone means an employer allows someone to work somewhere, or accepts a job application.
For example, if a store needs more workers, they will be hiring people to work there.
"The restaurant is hiring part time employees."
Taking risks means to do something that might be dangerous, or doing something that could end up not working or failing.
For example, someone is taking a risk by cheating on a test, because they taking a risk on getting a zero.
"You shouldn't risk your own life"
"Cheating on a test is too risky"
It's more common to use the word "risk" by itself in a sentence, instead of using the words "taking risks" together in a sentence.
I hope that makes sense!

Translations of "Hiring"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? If my hiring manager is sharing some information about my shift work schedule later in the hiring process, What can I say to thank her in a more professional way instead of simply saying "Thank you for sharing this as I was not aware of it until now." ?
A: That sounds professional as it is. You can drop the "not aware of it until now" if you want.

Other questions about "Hiring"

Q: I would like to confirm the hiring a staff for the 〇〇" in next semester.
The Employment Requirements are as follows.
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1. The students who obtain a masters/doctoral degree
2. The research theme must be related to the lecture contents
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In addition, I would like to confirm the class schedule and staff work schedule.
We understand the class schedule is as follows, however if there are any changes, I would appreciate it if you could inform us as early as possible. это звучит нормально?
A: × I would like to confirm the hiring a staff for the 〇〇" in next semester.
✓ I would like to confirm the hiring of a staff for the "〇〇" in the next semester.

× The Employment Requirements are as follows.
✓ The Employment Requirements are as follows:

× We understand the class schedule is as follows, however if there are any changes, I would appreciate it if you could inform us as early as possible.
✓ We understand the class schedule is as follows; however, if there are any changes, I would appreciate it if you could inform us as soon as possible.

Hello, there's just like 2 minor mistakes. It's natural ^^
Q: i'm not sure about hiring him..he seems well-qualified but he doesn't have any experience


vs

i'm in two minds about hiring him..he seems well-qualified but he doesn't have any experience


which one is natural?

which one is formal and informal?
A: They both sound very natural! But the second one is more informal tjat than the first!
Q: I was inquired if I was interested in being on the hiring board for the new position in our finance division. I asked to give me the time to consider it over the weekend. это звучит нормально?
A: × I was inquired if I was interested in being on the hiring board for the new position in our finance division.
✓ I was asked if I was interested in being on the hiring board for the new position in our finance division.

× I asked to give me the time to consider it over the weekend.
✓ I asked them to give me the time to consider it over the weekend.

Q: What is "fine-tooth-combine"??? There's much to consider, from hiring a real-estate broker to finding the right location to fine-tooth-combing through the lease.
A: To go through a lease document with a fine tooth comb means to read through the lease very carefully for something that might be hidden in the clauses.
Q: I got a hiring notice and I'm going to work there.
勤務先が決まっており、そこで働く予定だ。 это звучит нормально?
A: @aya-chabin: I have decided my place of employment and I am planning to work there.

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