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employee

Medical practice A person who works for another person, an organization or business. See Service employee. Cf Independent contractor.
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Labour AMs employ more family members that any other party with eight - however this is a much smaller figure relative to the total number of AMs the party has (29).
'I am giving you till this weekend to employ six Nigerian engineers.
Small firms account for 25.6 per cent of GDP and 30.6 per cent of the workforce, and Medium firms add 12.1 per cent of GDP and employ 12.5 per cent of the workforce.
PSA data showed around 691,341 employees, or 13.6 percent of the 5.076 million employed workers in June 2016, were agency workers.
They obviously have a greater burden in finding and implementing a retirement plan than employed workers, and most don't get the benefit of an employer contribution to pad their savings, according to the report.
In each of the three censuses we used for the purpose of this report, the income data of all employed persons, including self-employed, was, of course, gathered.
She said: "Mr Eadie is employed under normal terms and conditions of the parliament."
Julie Kirkbride (Con Bromsgrove) * employs her sister Karen Leadley as a part-time secretary.
"We constantly hear that they should be paid large salaries as if they were running big companies, but there is no company whose boss can turn up and employ his wife as a secretary."
MPs are now encouraged to voluntarily disclose whether they employ family members.
To make sure that the results are robust, the authors employ several robustness checks.