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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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Unless (managers) have kept really good notes and documented specific instances, they're never going to get it through the Civil Service Commission, especially if (the employee is) represented by a union,'' Sperling said.
Newsletters, which can be mailed to each employee's home or distributed at work, not only serve to inform employees of company programs and news, but also might give family members who read them a favorable view of the company.
Some of the obvious tax and financial benefits to the contracting business of avoiding classifying a service provider as an employee include
In 1983, when he retired, the company was valued at 50 million [pounds sterling] but Baxendale and his cousin sold it to an employee trust for 5 million [pounds sterling]--'an extraordinary act of generosity', Erdal says.
1 Building employee trust is like making a marriage work
The message brought to mind a moment 25 years ago, in March 1982, when my boss, a General Motors vice president, finally gave me the go-ahead to begin employee trust research.
The RSC first made an employee an offer for the home, based on an average of two independent appraisals.
They opposed one shareholder's attempt in 2003 to remove sexual orientation from Coca-Cola's employee nondiscrimination policy and to repeal its domestic-partner benefits.
For instance, an employer cannot terminate an employee for "blowing the whistle" on illegal conduct of the company.
9) John Leisek, a former employee of a company and a member of the National Guard, sued after he was denied reemployment following his absence to participate in National Guard activities.
JBT: There does exist some empirical evidence that lends support for some types of employee welfare programs, and I've seen government statistics, for example General Accounting Office reports, that support the effectiveness of some of these programs.