Golden Hello

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Golden Hello - (adjective + noun)


(1) Payment made to induce an employee to begin employment with a company (2) Payment made by the government to an employer in the private sector who takes on new employees during a recession. (3) Payment as incentives to graduates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to become teachers (in the UK).


Source: Adapted from Wikipedia
Example of Use: The company was convinced that the only way to attract the most talented professionals was to offer generous golden hello packages.