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1. We have an in-house training unit.
2. A lot of companies do in-house training.
3. All our advertising material is designed in-house.
4. The second tier of the programme is in-house training.
5. The magazine is still produced in-house.
6. Any new in-house benefits an employer provides should be computed on a marginal cost basis.
7. By having an in-house legal department, there is better control of legal costs which makes for a more profitable business.
8. Teddy's girlfriend, in-house chambermaid, she is about four foot ten, with a face like a petite fox.
9. This might consist of: special in-house courses, attendance at outside professional courses, plus evening college lectures and private study.
10. The in-house system is an integrated personnel and payroll system and contains current as well as historical absence and employment information.
11. Langenscheidt's in-house staff have developed the product ideas and functionalities and handle marketing.
12. Being the only in-house solicitor in such a company, responsible for all legal matters can give great satisfaction.
13. She was in-house counsel and vice president for a medical company in Concord when she decided to give up her day job.
14. They also run conferences and seminars and provide in-house training and consultancy services on a range of specialist topics.
15. First, those firms with in-house architects, which insist on a standard formula without consideration of local conditions.
16. If a company has an in-house mainframe, there may well be attractions in using it.
17. Some local authorities continued to engage outside contractors but others that had done so reverted to in-house provision.
18. What then is the cost to the employer of providing the in-house benefit for the employee?
19. People put together their bids only to find that the work invariably stays with the in-house team.
20. Another aspect which should be considered is the input of clients' in-house departments in the design process.
21. Warner Digital Studios is one of a handful of studio in-house operations that have entered the increasingly competitive visual effects business.
22. HMOs and modern medical centers are powerful institutions with an army of in-house lawyers, risk managers and numerous administrators.
23. Why do companies use headhunters instead of their own in-house recruiting facilities and personnel function?
24. On its merits Donald Wilson asked, in 1957, if Whitaker would do a three month trial as an in-house writer.
25. Once the system is fully operational, then one may consider moving to an in-house installation if the economies are worthwhile.
26. Delco, Hydra-matic, and other such component divisions continued to serve as the privileged in-house vendors.
27. During this period the system will have to be backed-up either by your previous in-house production methods or by external agencies.
28. Innovations are an unusual and energetic company with considerable in-house technical know-how.
29. These can either run off the public-telephone network[sentencedict.com], or off the smaller PABXs that control businesses' own in-house telephone systems.
30. The first step was to check the cost of the in-house services against that which could be provided by private contractors.
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