Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
It would take me one hour per 3rd for an efficient screening interview.
After a brief screening interview, you will probably be referred to a criminal investigator.
"I have allotted ten minutes per applicant for my final screening interview," the Chief was snapping to an assistant.
Local nominees are then sent to statewide screening interviews/auditions.
Finally, students selected from the screening interviews are invited for a final "callback" interview, commonly held at the firm's offices.
Many of them wait two hours for a screening interview and then an hour for one or two bags of food.
Screening interviews are usually undertaken by human resources or personnel staff, or by third-party recruiters.
Membership is only by invitation and sponsorship, and application is followed by a screening interview.
With companies sometimes receiving hundreds of applications for a single job, it is becoming more common for hiring managers to conduct initial screening interviews over the phone.
Of those who are told they must wait, said Wesley Lafayette, who conducts screening interviews for Daytop Village, 60 percent do not come back.
Once contact is made with a group like his, a screening interview determines if there are sufficient grounds to proceed with an application for conscientious objector status.
An online employment screening test (sometimes called a pre-employment test or online screening interview) is a part of the hiring, or recruitment, process.
When the application is completed, children will go through a Screening Interview, in which they are asked about personal details, reasons for coming to the UK, and their journey.
Candidates go through screening interviews and are tested for hepatitis, syphilis and H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS.
Akizuki N, Akechi T, Nakanishi T, et al.: Development of a brief screening interview for adjustment disorders and major depression in patients with cancer.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service should broaden its parole policy and release asylum seekers who have passed screening interviews and who are not a danger to the community.
During the health screening interview, however, she quickly broke down, admitted she'd been havingintercourse with her boyfriend, had brought shame upon her family, and had been kicked out of her home.
The members of each class are selected through the bicker process, a series of ten screening interviews, which are followed by discussions amongst the members as to whom of the remaining to admit.
Compounding matters, says Dr. Cohen, is that the person who first screens you is often a desk clerk with no medical experience, or a rushed nurse who hurries through a 30-second screening interview.
The deadline will be April 30, and screening interviews with applicants will be held in April and May to narrow the pool to three to six candidates, then to two or three finalists.
The aim of the screening interview, which can occur by telephone or in person, is to check a candidate's technical relevance against the job and whether they meet minimum qualification requirements so that interviewers can determine if a candidate has the basic skills to perform the work.
William Campbell, a buyer for Applebee's International, a restaurant chain based in Shawnee Mission, Kan., relies on the local Kinko's video conferencing site there to conduct screening interviews with job candidates, and estimates that each $150 to $300 video session saves more than $1,000 in travel expenses.