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to exert effort in order to do, make, or perform something


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ATN: What about returning to work at least part time, earning income and being able to keep medical benefits, or to go back on disability if necessary?
If you say Jim's work at the time came out of billboard painting, then you could say mine came out of house painting.
On January 1, an employee receives the following work assignments: work at Client DEF's office for an eight-month period (January 1-August 31), work exclusively at Client GHI's office for three weeks (September 1-September 21) and then work again at DEF's office for a four-month period (September 22-January 22).
We create this protective cocoon around the worker in the workplace and allow them to deal with the workplace and the work at hand.
Y N Do you feel bad if you don't work at least 10 hours a day?
Yet it is not clear, even now, how to divide the work at the reference desk so that the boundaries are clearly delineated.
Some policies may, in fact, disqualify workers for benefits based on their ability to do any work at all.
She was glad to find work at a major mail-order house, checking credit applications three evenings a week.
Post said that the co-op board was originally only committed to spend $350,000 for repair work to ensure that the building was safe but Allied suggested doing all the necessary work at once and provided the $600,000 in financing required to take care of the emergency problems as well as long-term problems.
And currently there are few options, like part-time work or work at home, that give welfare mothers the leisure to instill in their children the values that Republicans and Democrats now stumble over each other to champion.
Consequently, to study the effect of changing patterns of work experience on labor force participation, annual participation rates are divided into two components: the proportion of the population that worked or looked for work at some time during the year and the mean number of weeks those individuals spent in the labor force.
A second group, consisting of 43% of those who had used alternative schedules, referred to life-style considerations, such as a desire to coordinate with a husband's work schedule or an ability to work at home or a wish to avoid rush hour traffic.