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one who is employed by another

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The sanitation truck driver who had the 2003 accident was represented by an official from Service Employees International Union Local 347, the largest city employee union.
Among the kinds of information that should be displayed on a bulletin board are notices about company policies, work rules, employee events, and job openings and requirements.
In its first three years it has made long-term loans to the all employee buyouts of five enterprises.
Getting out among the other members of the organization permits you to recognize employee efforts and contributions.
His consultant role was to convince the chief and all of his executives that employee trust had real bottom-line value.
If the employee did not obtain an acceptable third-party offer, he or she could transact a regular sale through the RSC.
An employment contract can be implied in fact when the employee has enjoyed longevity at the company and the employer has, over the course of many years, made statements or undertaken acts that suggest the employee will only be terminated for cause.
24) If an employee, despite the efforts to provide training, is unable to perform the functions required of that position, then the employer must place the employee in a position of equivalent seniority, status and pay, provided the employee is qualified to perform that job.
MS: Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are not required, but there is some indication that they can be valuable to both employers and employees.
Also, between 50% and 70% of employee medical leaves under FMLA's provision for employees to take time off for their own medical condition may also qualify for short-term disability leaves, according to UnumProvident Corp.
Now, in 20002-2003, a cut of approximately 250 employee authorizations--or 10 percent of MTMC's work force--will take place effective June 30, 2003.
org), in New York City, says that most managers, supervisors, and employees don't get the true benefits of employee evaluations because they're uncomfortable communicating with each other.