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- v. Present participle of hire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, a name of a class of contracts of bailment for compensation, including those in which the bailee gains the temporary use of the thing for a compensation paid by him, and those in which he is to bestow labor on it, or transport it, for a compensation to be paid to him: corresponding to the location of the civil law.
- n. A fair or market for servants, at which bargains for their services are made.
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Instead, the process of ideological self-replication in hiring is more insidious.
The obvious solution for bias in hiring is not affirmative action but the solution arrived at way back during the Chester Arthur administration to combat nepotism and partisan bias in civil service hiring: objective measures of competence.
I know this may sound like I don't appreciate my CS privledges, but I don't think limiting term hiring is a good idea.
Assuming the hiring is above the table, the illegal in question simply furnishes any old SSN.
Faculty members, however, worry about the recommendations 'long-term costs, especially since they've already faced state cuts and slowdowns in hiring and are bracing for heavier workloads and bigger classes.
If I could propose a line, it would be that hostile workplace sexual harassment exists where the environment is so severe as to be functionally equivalent to discrimination in hiring or promotion.
In 1952, Congress made it illegal to harbor, transport or smuggle illegal immigrants, but the “Texas Proviso” exempted hiring from the prohibition.
Ideology can interfere with these duties when the person you consider hiring is so dismissive of the scholarship done at the school that they are unable to engage with it constructively, or to take sincerely their duty to help hire new faculty who may not be to their taste, but would be helpful to their colleagues, or who are narrow minded in their mentorship.
It emphasizes that Kagan did not have the final say in hiring at Harvard, where such decisions are made by committee.
Other than your own suspiscions and disagreement with what they consider moral or immoral, what is your basis for asserting that they would like to discriminate in hiring and in providing public accommodation?
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