temporary worker

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a worker (especially in an office) hired on a temporary basis

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As regards training, she said that "a client requiring a temporary worker is usually looking for someone specific, with specific experience.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (0SHA) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NI0SH) released Recommended Practices for staffing agencies and host employers in order to protect temporary workers from hazards on the job.
Summary: As summer approaches, many employers bring on temporary workers to assist with seasonal business needs.
As a result of these inspections, three temporary worker complexes were shut down for falling short of environmental, health and safety stipulations, and four temporary residential complexes for workers were relocated to modern worker accommodations that complied with the regulations," said Lua'ai Mahmoud, an official at the municipality's Environment, Health and Safety Division.
Nowadays, temporary workers can be found in technical positions and are part of the competitive strategy of organizations (Burgess & Connell, 2006).
Deval Patrick has signed into law legislation that aims to protect temporary workers by requiring short-term employment agencies to be more transparent.
Therefore, in this study we used the concept of relationship marketing and internal marketing to build a model that would raise the performance level of the temporary worker.
Specifically, researchers have yet to examine whether supervisors and coworkers of temporary workers are aware of alienation and the nature of their reactions to temporary worker alienation.
Taipei, May 13, 2010 (CENS)--Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) of the Executive Yuan, Taiwan's Cabinet, recently decided to bring temporary workers under regulations by creating a dedicated article in the Labor Standards Act.
A sizable number of individuals fulfill the key characteristics of a temporary worker.
However, this Court finds the phrase 'furnished to' as found in the temporary worker provision to be ambiguous.
The temporary worker must at least benefit from "the essential conditions of work and employment," which would have been applicable to him had he been "directly recruited by the company to fill the same position".
Clients can hire a temporary worker into a fulltime position without paying any fees and after just one day of work.
BIRKENHEAD child-care worker Andrew Denham is in the running to be crowned One in a Million as the UK's top temporary worker.