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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His first preemployment test was inconclusive because of an invalid sample.
All records pertaining to preemployment must be kept by the employing agency.
Probationary candidates are police officers who have satisfied preemployment requirements, but not training requirements.
More preemployment tests are being offered in the coming weeks.
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