"Doctors are set for 'golden hellos' to lure them into general practice under new plans to tackle a shortage of GPs."
A golden hello is a substantial payment made by an employer to a keenly sought recruit. The above quote is taken from an article about doctors who are also offered a golden handcuff, a payment to encourage doctors approaching retirement to stay in practice.
In Old English, the word WITH meant 'against'. This meaning is still preserved in phrases such as 'to fight with'