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  • v. Present participle of payroll.


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  • 'If that was private organization and someone the one payrolling me came to me and said there was a recognized mechanism for determining these things and I stuck two fingers up to tell him where to go, I'd be sacked on the spot.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • And now they are literally payrolling both sides of a civil war.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The issue is highly charged because federal investigators have questioned a handful of Mell's office workers -- all of whom have denied wrongdoing -- as part of a sweeping probe into alleged City Council ghost payrolling, the time-worn practice of collecting a public paycheck but doing little or no work.

    Blago-What? Never Heard of Him.

  • The company estimates another 52 percent will come from staffing and nine percent will be HR solutions payrolling, managed services, recruitment process outsourcing.

  • Other offerings include payrolling, managed services, recruitment process outsourcing and HR consulting solutions.

  • We offer a full spectrum of cost savings-generating solutions, including fully managed staffing programs, contract and direct hire services, payrolling services, recruitment process outsourcing, and other workforce solutions. - Articles related to WHAT AN IDEA,3G

  • Since 1957, nearly 150 county employees, contractors and politicians have been convicted of everything from taking bribes for jobs to stealing to ghost payrolling, the report said.

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  • "Triple P did the payrolling, they did not do the recruitment."

    The Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Latest Headlines

  • Mayor Thomas Hyde in connection with the ghost payrolling scheme his wife is accused of running. > News

  • Entered Office1994, appointed to replace her father, Anthony, who was indicted in ghost-payrolling scheme

    Chicago Reader


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