recruitment target

recruitment target

The number of subjects/patients that must be recruited at each centre (if it is a multicentre trial) as potential enrollees in a clinical trial to meet protocol requirements.
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"We haven't decided on next year's recruitment target yet," the official said.
GADC said it aims to reach a recruitment target of close to 20,000 service crew and manager trainees this year 'as it continues to grow [McDonald's] foothold in the Philippine market and elevate the customer experience' with its new store format.
That would imply the government is further away from its recruitment target than before it started.
Dr Richard That would imply the government is further away from its recruitment target than before it started.
It has failed to meet its army recruitment target and was fined thousands for bungling a Ministry of Justice court interpreter contract.
RAPIDLY rising digital marketing agency Mabo is on track to reach an ambitious recruitment target after recent growth.
'He's with Ateneo,' said Ervin after reports all over social media tagged Sotto as a recruitment target of EuroLeague powerhouse Real Madrid, which reportedly tendered a $1-M (P54.02 million approximately) offer for his son.
The new recruitment target is almost a quarter the current workforce and the plan is to have the brickies on tap by 2023.
"It is also little wonder that the Welsh Government is struggling to meet its trainee teacher recruitment target as perceptions of heavy workload will put off talented young people from entering the sector when they can be paid more to work in less stressful environments.
"It is also little wonder the Welsh Government is struggling to meet its trainee teacher recruitment target, as perceptions of heavy workloads will put off talented young people when they can be paid more to work in less stressful environments.
"It is also little wonder that the Welsh Government is struggling to meet its trainee teacher recruitment target, as perceptions of heavy workloads will put off talented young people from entering the sector when they can be paid more to work in less stressful environments.
The report said: "The Royal Navy and the RAF are running at about 10 per cent short of their annual recruitment target, while the Army shortfall is more than 30 per cent."