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e-recruitment


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e-recruitment

E31 Factors Affecting Recruitment to Clinical Trials in Rheumatology

Cyclin E is recruited to the nuclear matrix during differentiation, but is not recruited in cancer cells

A conserved structure within the HIV gag open reading frame that controls translation initiation directly recruits the 40S subunit and eIF3

The 5′‐leader of tobacco mosaic virus promotes translation through enhanced recruitment of eIF4F

The eIF3 complex of Leishmania—subunit composition and mode of recruitment to different cap-binding complexes

Defective chromatin recruitment and retention of NHEJ core components in human tumor cells expressing a Cyclin E fragment

Mesangial expansion associated with glomerular endothelial cell activation and macrophage recruitment is developing in hyperlipidaemic apoE null mice

Endothelial-specific Nox2 overexpression increases vascular superoxide and macrophage recruitment in ApoE−/− mice

Ribosomal stress activates eEF2K–eEF2 pathway causing translation elongation inhibition and recruitment of Terminal Oligopyrimidine (TOP) mRNAs on polysomes

FimE-catalyzed off-to-on inversion of the type 1 fimbrial phase switch and insertion sequence recruitment in an Escherichia coli K-12 fimB strain

Structural integrity of the PCI domain of eIF3a/TIF32 is required for mRNA recruitment to the 43S pre-initiation complexes

40S recruitment in the absence of eIF4G/4A by EMCV IRES refines the model for translation initiation on the archetype of Type II IRESs

CDF Trial, Prosecutor and Fofana (intervening) v Norman (Samuel Hinga), Decision on preliminary motion based on lack of jurisdiction (child recruitment), Case no SCSL-04-14-AR72(E), ICL 391 (SCSL 2004), 31st May 2004, Appeals Chamber (SCSL)

 

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Is the recruitment of employees over the Internet. Originally used mainly for technical and IT staff this form of recruitment has grown rapidly in recent years in line with growing use of the Internet. It is used particularly for more junior or entry-level positions, but all types of job can be and are advertised in this way. E-recruitment assumes a number of different forms. Many individual employers now advertise jobs on their own website and use Internet recruitment as an alternative or supplement to external advertising. In addition, there are ‘job boards’ operated by specialist Internet companies that act as labour market intermediaries, advertising vacancies on a website and holding details of those seeking work on file. Finally, there are Internet directories that list job vacancies on company sites and allow free connection from the directory to the company website. E-recruitment consists in large part of advertising jobs through a new medium. It can involve more than this, however, and many companies perform initial screening of job applicants via Internet questionnaires and even, controversially, apply psychological tests via the Internet.

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