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Initially these back-offices were located in suburbs, where employers hoped to draw on labor supplies of white, married, relatively well-educated suburban women, an update of the 'ideal' clerical worker that graced the office in early decades of the twentieth century.
I conducted only one interview with a clerical worker during work hours.
5,073 Texas $5,741 Average Indemnity Payment per Clerical Worker with Back Sprian (1996) data) Source: Workers' Compensation Research Institute
work, they assume that the clerical worker will in the course of time,
Christine Anderson, "Gender, Class, and Culture: Women Secretarial and Clerical Workers in the United States, 1925-1955" (Ph.
She later went on to work as a clerical worker with the MoD.
A clerical worker who was sacked from the family firm by her brother when she fell pregnant has won pounds 5,000 in damages.
Retired clerical worker Les has five grandchildren and former pools clerk Nora has two.
Premiums are based on age, sex, postcode and job - so a 22-year-old single, male clerical worker in Torquay would pay pounds 5.
A long time Justice clerical worker, she had gone unnoticed by five of Kennedy's predecessors.
Immediately after his injury, his job was changed from diesel mechanic to clerical worker.
An employee working in a production job would have a higher rate than an accountant or clerical worker would, because the production worker is more likely to injure himself or herself.
Alan Walsh, 58, clerical worker, Wallsend: I would probably have a go if I had the time.
But the retired clerical worker died from heart and lung failure 12 days later.
A DETAILED probe is under way into pounds 54,000 in overtime payments paid to a clerical worker at the North Wales child abuse inquiry.