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Synonyms for co-worker

an associate that one works with

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The 38-year-old Pakistani defendant lent money to his Indian coworker, according to records, and when she failed to repay him on time, he sought to defame her and her family.
If an IKEA coworker needs to take time off to find a nursing home for an aging parent, be home to kiss their child before bed or have flexible scheduling to best juggle caring for a newborn, one can do so without worrying about risking their career aspirations.
Another brain-injured patient asserted that his physicians, nurses, and physical therapists were actually his sons, daughters-in-law, and coworkers.
While he was employed by the Susse Chalet Inn in 1994, a male coworker allegedly harassed him repeatedly.
Areas identified for continued research, development and evaluation include: long term effectiveness of natural coworker supports as applied to training and retention; cost effectiveness; indices of consumer satisfaction in relation to provision of natural coworker supports strategies; and continued development and dissemination of information and research pertaining to new types of support options, training, and follow-along services for supported employees.
As an industry leader, we believe a healthy coworker is a productive coworker, and ultimately delivers superior service to our customers," Berger said.
A, a Pakistani national, had lent some money to his Indian coworker but, when she failed to repay him on time, took to scandalising her and her family.
CDW's commitment to training has contributed to revenue growth, coworker productivity and customer satisfaction.
Reliability is determined by whether or not a coworker, team, supplier or organization acts consistently and dependably.
It started with this coworker of mine that I rented a room to in my house," Davis recalls.
One explanation for negative coworker reactions to ingratiation is that coworkers may perceive the behavior as inappropriate attempts to influence the supervisor in order to receive favors or rewards.
At CDW, we believe that success in all four pillars is critical to become an informed, healthy coworker, helping to shape our culture and company in positive ways," said Dennis Berger, CDW senior vice president and chief coworker services officer.
Based on surveys completed by coworkers at hundreds of companies, the list recognizes those businesses that enjoy the highest levels of trust, pride and camaraderie among coworkers and management, coupled with practices that support a coworker- friendly environment.
The case studies reported in this article provide a qualitative exploration into the use of coworker assisted intervention efforts and as such, lack the systematic data collection or rigorous research design that typically accompanies reports of this nature.
CDW also worked with American Red Cross, America's Second Harvest, Habitat for Humanity and the Salvation Army through its coworker fund drives for hurricane relief.