Does 'someone is in charge of a company' mean someone like CEO or president of the company? Or, does it also include someone who's in charge of department or division?
In this context, "in charge of a company" seems to be referring to a hiring manager or a boss who is in charge of hiring new employees. Someone who is "in charge of a company" could also mean the CEO or president, but in this case it is referring to someone who hires people for the company, so probably just a boss of a department.
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