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employee

Medical practice A person who works for another person, an organization or business. See Service employee. Cf Independent contractor.

employee,

n a person who, under the direction and control of the employer, performs services for remuneration.
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I realized then that any ensuing efforts of mine to develop a meaningful workplace trust process would be based on the largest amount of significant employee data.
The employees retained legal title to the property; there was no intention to transfer ownership; the sales contracts were executory in nature, only executed if the property were not sold to a third party within a year; and the employee received any profits beyond the original contract price.
Employee award programs will also bolster employees' positive perceptions of their employer's concern and appreciation.
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.
An at-will statement and acknowledgment also should be included in the employment application and employee handbook.
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides for 12 workweeks of unpaid leave to address a serious health condition of an employee or a family member or to take time off to care for a newborn or adoptee.
AC: What if any protection does an employee found to be abusing substances have under the law?
Erdal comments: 'People who sell their companies to employee buyouts like this can sleep easy at night, knowing they have not sold ont their employees but left them in charge of their own destiny.
A firm cannot discontinue medical coverage just because the employee is receiving health coverage as an active member of the armed services.