EU citizens are entitled to the same rights as an employee who is a national, no matter which Member State the citizen lives in. People from countries outside the EU are still subject to national immigration laws. (See EU citizenship, Immigration: Access to work)
Person who performs services for another person or entity in return for compensation. Any individual is an employee if the relationship between the employee and the person or entity for whom the services are performed is the legal relationship of employer and employee as defined under common law. An Employee may work on a per-hour, per-diem, or on a flat salary basis. The Internal Revenue Service, The U.S. Department of Labor and other governmental organizations each have regulations specifically defining an Employee.
Same as "worker" and means a person who has entered into the employment of, or who provides a service for an employer. An employer usually has the right of control over how, when, and where an employee performs their duties.
A person hired to work for a business. see also SARSEP, downsizing, earned benefit, garnishing, human capital, insider trading, labor relations, law of supply, organized labor, outsourcing, payroll, perk, pink slip, salary, salary reduction, take-home pay, terminate, withholding, year-end bonus.
An individual appointed or elected to a position in or under the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the United States Government, as defined at 5 U.S.C. 8901. This includes Government-owned or controlled corporations, the District of Columbia government (for certain eligible employees), and Gallaudet College.
Any person hired by the University regardless of the person's job description (e.g., faculty, plant personnel, principle investigators, contractors and sub-contractors hired by contractors) that may be required to or have the need to restrict any fire protection equipment.
Any person who: (1) has entered into or works under any contract of service or apprenticeship with an employer, whether the contract contemplated the performance of duties within or without Connecticut; (2) is a sole proprietor or business partner who accepts the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act; (3) is elected to the Connecticut General Assembly; (4) is a salaried officer or paid member of any police or fire department; (5) is a volunteer police officer, whether designated as special or auxiliary; or (6) is an elected or appointed official or agent of any town, city, or borough in the state.
Any appointed or elective officer or employee of a participating employer whose employment is not seasonal or temporary, and whose employment requires at least 1,000 hours of work per year. School employees must work 630 hours per year.
For various tax purposes, including whether an employer must withhold payroll taxes, it is important to distinguish employees from independent contractors. The tax law defines an employee, briefly, as one who is subject to the will and control of the employer.
Actively at work, full-time, employee whose principal employment is with the Employer, at the Employer's usual place of business or such place(s) that the Employer's normal course of business may require, who is actively at work for the minimum hours per week as stated in the Application and is reported on the employer's records for Social Security and withholding tax purposes.
a specialized knowledge worker if he/she possesses unique information about the petitioning company's products, services, research, equipment, techniques, management, or proprietary processes and procedures
Any person who is designated in a DOT agency regulation as subject to drug testing and/or alcohol testing. The term includes individuals currently performing safety-sensitive functions designated in DOT agency regulations and applicants for employment subject to pre-employment testing. For purposes of drug testing under this part, the term employee has the same meaning as the term "donor" as found on CCF and related guidance materials produced by the Department of Health and Human Services.
a person working under a contract of employment. Traditionally, the courts have defined an employee as being a person who is working under the "control" or direction of the employer in exchange for payment.
any Australian Public Service officer of Defence or serving Defence Force member who receives a salary or wage, along with other benefits, for the provision of services whether on a full-time, part-time, permanent, casual or temporary basis.
An employee of the contractor who is directly engaged in the performance of work under a government contract. "Directly engaged" is defined to include all direct-cost employees and any other contract employee who has other than minimal impact or involvement in contract performance.
A person who performs work for an employer under a verbal or written understanding where the employer gives direction as to what tasks are done. Care must be taken not to classify employees as independent contractors (see definition for independent contractor).
One who performs services for another under a contract of hire (express or implied) acting under the direction and control of the person by whom he or she is hired and who performed a service for a valuable consideration (pay). EMPLOYER A person, firm, partnership, association, corporation, a legal representative of deceased employer, or the receiver or trustee of a person, partnership, association, or corporation who uses or engages the services of another under a contract of hire.
One who works for another, the "employer": for purposes of workers' compensation laws, any person earning wages, salary, or commissions, not including farm workers, domestic servants, people working for a spouse or parent, railroad employees and independent contractors.
any person employed by the Government of the United States or any branch, unit, or instrumentality thereof, including persons in the civil service, uniformed service, Foreign Service, and the postal service.
Describes a foreign person seeking U.S. immigration privileges through a job offer from a U.S. company who is therefore eligible for a green card in the preference categories and several nonimmigrant visas.
An employee is one legally contracted to provide labour to another in exchange for certain benefits, such as wages or salary. We are using the term more broadly to cover the sense of terms such as ‘worker’ and ‘professional’, and we include all those who are not strictly employees, such as casual and temporary workers. However, our main sense of ‘employee’ depends on a somewhat fuzzy contrast with ‘those in authority’, although we recognise that high level managers and executives may also strictly speaking be employees.
A person who works for others. Employees are subdivided into: public sector employees and private sector employees. See public/private sector employees In charts F40, K61, L67 and L68, employees are paid individuals receiving a T4 slip and include those that are on paid leave. This definition excludes independent contractors. In charts E29 to E31 and J57, the employee concept includes full-time employees, part-time employees (those who regularly work fewer hours than the standard work week of the establishment). It also includes working owners, directors, partners and other officers of incorporated businesses.
Any person who performs any service on licensed premises on a full-time, part-time or contract basis with the consent of the licensee. This does not include a person exclusively on the premises for musical or vocal performances, for repair or maintenance or for the DELIVERY of goods to the licensee. ARS 4-101(14)
"n. a person who is hired for a wage, salary, fee or payment to perform work for an employer. In agency law the employee is called an agent and the employer is called the principal. This is important to determine if one is acting as employee when injured (for worker's compensation) or when he/she causes damage to another, thereby making the employer liable for damages to the injured party. See also: agency employer principal respondeat superior scope of employment "
A person who works in the service of another person (the employer), under which the employer has the right to control the details of the work performed. An employee would be entitled to company benefits like 401(k) or health insurance.
Whether or not you're classified as an employee can have consequences affecting payment of your state and federal income taxes; employment taxes such as Social Security (FICA), unemployment, disability and Workers Compensation; employee benefits such as health insurance, pension and profit sharing plans and legal protections against discrimination in the workplace, such as the Americans With Disabilities Act. Employee status can also affect whether or not you own the copyright to your work. [See Work for Hire.] The relevant factors in determining whether you're an employee or an independent contractor include the location of work (in-house or out), the duration of the work relationship, who supplies the work tools, who has discretion over when you work, who has discretion over hiring assistants or assigning additional projects, the method of payment, the provision of employee benefits and the tax treatment of the writer. [See Independent Contractor.
An individual who works for a person or organization having the right to direct and control that individual in the way he or she works, both as to the final results and as to details of when, where and how the work is to be done. It may also be a self-employed person, an owner-employee or a common law employee. "
For income tax purposes, an employee is to be distinguished from an independent contractor. This is important, because the withholding of income taxes on wages applies only to employees. Also, employee status will affect the manner and extent of some deductions and credits. The regulations state that an employee is one who is subject to the will and control of the employer not only as to what shall be done but also as to how it shall be done.
Any person, whether full-time or part-time, and whether paid or unpaid, who is employed by or provides service to the city. The term EMPLOYEE shall not include any contractor or subcontractor or any of their employees.
a person who works for a public or private employer and receives remuneration in wages, salary, other cash payments or payment in kind, or a person who operates his/her own incorporated enterprise with or without hiring employees.
Someone who works as a direct employee of an employer and has employee status. The employer is obligated to withhold income taxes and social security taxes from the compensation of employees. See also independent contractor.
A person hired by another person or a company to work for money.
To see one of your employees denotes crosses and disturbances if he assumes a disagreeable or offensive attitude. If he is pleasant and has communications of interest, you will find no cause for evil or embarrassing conditions upon waking.