preemployment

adjective
pre·​em·​ploy·​ment | \ˌprē-im-ˈplȯi-mənt \
variants: or pre-employment

Definition of preemployment 

: existing or occurring before employment The preemployment training lasted three weeks, and men and women with previous experience received fifty cents per hour.— Mary Martha Thomas

First Known Use of preemployment

1927, in the meaning defined above

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