Originally posted by lemon lime
I wouldn't employ any criteria until I first tried to get that criteria to work for free... I'm always looking for volunteers.
"em·ploy: /emˈploi/ verb: employ; 3rd person present: employs; past tense: employed; past participle: employed; gerund or present participle: employing
1. give work to (someone) and pay them for it. "the firm employs 150 people"
synonyms: hire, engage, recruit, take on, secure the services of, sign up, sign, put on the payroll, enroll, appoint; More retain, contract; indenture, apprentice "she employed a chauffeur" working, in work, in employment, holding down a job; earning, wage-earning, waged, breadwinning "up to forty percent of employed people are in part-time jobs" antonyms: dismiss
keep occupied. "most of the newcomers are employed in developing the technology into a product" synonyms: occupy, engage, involve, keep busy, tie up; More absorb, engross, immerse "Julio was employed in carving a stone figure"
2. make use of.
"the methods they have employed to collect the data" synonyms: use, utilize, make use of, avail oneself of; More apply, exercise, practice, put into practice, exert, bring into play, bring to bear; draw on, resort to, turn to, have recourse to "the team employed subtle psychological tactics" (employ/Google)