pre-employment

preemployment

[pree-em-ploi-muhnt]
adjective
1.
being required or accomplished before an employee begins a new job: a preemployment medical exam.
noun
2.
the period of testing, processing, etc., before the start of employment.
Also, pre-employment.


Origin:
1940–45; pre- + employment

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