The act of employing or using; also, the state of being employed.
That which engages or occupies; that which consumes time or attention; office or post of business; service; as, agricultural employments; mechanical employments; public employments; in the employment of government.
Under the Treaty of Amsterdam, employment is now enshrined as one of the European Communitys objectives. A new title on employment (Title VIII) in the EC Treaty states that employment is to be taken into consideration in other Community policies. (See Immigration: Access to work)
The engaging of individual s in useful work in return for compensation. [D02702] RMW
The act of using or applying, as in the optimal employment of mass to resist the forces of loading.
total employment in each manufacturing facility, including total manufacturing employees, total support staff, and total engineering/R&D staff. Average number of workers employed by an establishment during the year. Production workers relate to the average number actually engaged in the manufacturing process. Administrative and non-manufacturing includes employees at head offices and sales offices.
Dealing with legal problems that arise between employers and employees, including the terms of the contract of employment, wrongly dismissal, unfair dismissal, redundancy and discrimination. A contract of employment is distinguished from a contract for services, made between a customer and a self-employed person such as a plumber, a solicitor or a computer consultant.
The state of being employed or having a job for which you are payed
A contract between an employer and employee in which the employee agrees to provide services under the direction and control of the employer in return for a salary or wage paid by the employer.
the state of being employed or having a job; "they are looking for employment"; "he was in the employ of the city"
the act of giving someone a job
a company that has been filling job openings for over twenty years
Borrower's employment should show no gaps within last 24 months. If borrower has changed jobs, there should be stability or improvement in income.
A worker is defined any Vermont resident aged 18 and over who reported working for pay within the prior two weeks. This category includes full- and part-time workers. Data quantifying hours worked at "all jobs" and at a "main job" were collected on every Vermont worker. Full-time employment is defined as working 30 or more hours per week at a "main job." "Main job" is defined as where an individual works the most hours per week. Part-time employment is defined as working less than 30 hours per week at a “main job”. Individuals who work 30 or more hours per week at several part-time jobs are not classified as full-time workers in measures based on “main job”.
People are considered employed when they work in a paid job, are self-employed or are doing unpaid work in a family business. Those absent from work on a sick leave or due to a strike are also considered as employed.
A person's work, occupation or business.
Estimated number of employed workers--including self-employed individuals, unpaid family workers, household domestic workers, and workers on strike--that reside within a jurisdiction. One of the four factors used in the board-approved adjustment method. The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks how many people living in a particular county are working at least one hour a week. Employment-by-industry data, such as that contained in the Board's waste characterization database, counts the number of workers by where they are employed. Other sources of labor market data include the State of California's Employment Development Department and private firms such as Dun & Bradstreet.
With reference to financial aid, the opportunity for students to earn money to help pay for their education. Federal Work-Study is one program by which needy students can work to defray their educational expenses.
the amount of people working in the economy
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"n. the hiring of a person for compensation. It is important to determine if acts occurred in the "scope of employment" to establish the possible responsibility of the employer to the employee for injuries on the job or to the public for acts of the employee. See also: agency employee respondeat superior scope of employment Workers' Compensation Acts "
A dream of contrary. If you dreamed of being out of a job, it is a warning that overconfidence can be expensive, and a reminder that a bit of extra effort usually pays dividends.
Examples of employment claims might be related to wrongful termination, sexual harassment, wrongful discipline, failure to employ or promote, or discrimination.
the number of individuals who are working full time, part time, or for themselves.
the situation of having work (usually paid work)
Disability - Employment/Disability Insurance pays the insured in the event they cannot work because of illness or injury. Usually the amount received is based off a percentage of the insured's usual income. Sometimes covered by an employer, it can be covered through other means as well.
This is not an auspicious dream. It implies depression in business circles and loss of employment to wage earners. It also denotes bodily illness. To dream of being out of work, denotes that you will have no fear, as you are always sought out for your conscientious fulfilment of contracts, which make you a desired help. Giving employment to others, indicates loss for yourself. All dreams of this nature may be interpreted as the above.
Having a job that provides money as payment for work done.