employee

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n employee a worker who is hired to perform a job
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: In the USA, 32% of employees eat lunch and work at the same time
    • n Employee One employed by another.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was written in 1939 for a store promotion by an advertising employee of the department store Montgomery Ward
    • n employee One who works for an employer; a person working for salary or wages: applied to any one so working, but usually only to clerks, workmen, laborers, etc., and but rarely to the higher officers of a corporation or government, or to domestic servants: as, the employees of a railroad company.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: 31% of employees skip lunch entirely
    • Employee a person employed
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Quotations

  • Tatsuhiko Andoh
    Tatsuhiko Andoh
    “Most important for us is a good spiritual relationship between employees and management.”
  • Fred A. Allen
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    “Treat employees like partners, and they act like partners.”
  • Harold Hook
    Harold Hook
    “The five steps in teaching an employee new skills are preparation, explanation, showing, observation and supervision.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Employees tend to live up to their managers expectations of them. If a managers expectations are high, productivity is likely to be excellent.”
  • Erwin H. Schell
    Erwin H. Schell
    “Remember that when an employee enters your office, they are in a strange land.”
  • Source Unknown
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    “An executive is someone who talks with visitors so the other employees can get their work done.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
The Eng. form of employé,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. employer—L. implicāre, to infold—in, in, and plicāre, to fold. Imply and implicate are parallel forms.

Usage

In literature:

Family life is increasingly at the mercy of the household employee.
"Society" by Henry Kalloch Rowe
Similar changes took place in other fields than those of the relations between employers and employees.
"An Introduction to the Industrial and Social History of England" by Edward Potts Cheyney
He supposed it was some hotel employee.
"The Brand of Silence" by Harrington Strong
But the second skill of capital must be skill in being believed in and finding means of being believed in by its employees.
"The Ghost in the White House" by Gerald Stanley Lee
He had no sympathy with any of his employees who would do less.
"The Forbidden Trail" by Honoré Willsie
There were then about 120,000 government employees.
"History of the United States, Volume 4" by E. Benjamin Andrews
The employees work with one another and with the president, whom they adore.
"The Book of Business Etiquette" by Nella Henney
It was difficult to secure employees, and several months passed away before the company was able to obtain all the men it desired.
"A Short History of Pittsburgh" by Samuel Harden Church
They have a list of all employees, I imagine.
"The Moving Picture Boys on the Coast" by Victor Appleton
Mart was a leader at the meetings of the employees, and a brilliant orator.
"A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike" by Charles King
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In news:

Rewards and wellness focus at Focus Diagnostics employees, company, employee, people, training, work, every, murvin, wellness, year.
Founded in 1963 1,124 employees Ranks 2nd among companies with more than 1,000 employees.
All too often we hear stories of how CEOs get paid the big bucks, and how employees are just employees.
The American Federation of Government Employees rallied against the lowering of General Schedule grades for Veteran Health Administration employees .
Currently, employers can provide each employee with up to $5,250 of tax-free educational assistance in a calendar year for any instruction (graduate or undergraduate) or training that improves or develops the employee's capabilities (i.e.
On Thursday, February 23, I wrote this brief post about the Employees Retirement System's decision to award the health insurance contract for state employees and retirees to UnitedHealthcare.
The award was created by members of the hospital's Employee Engagement Committee to recognize employees who go above and beyond the call of duty on a regular basis.
About one-third of Fab 's employees are now without power, Goldberg says, but pointed out that the rest of the employees have taken them in to their homes.
Three of the employees who are charged with misdemeanors were suspended last week after it was discovered that they failed to report allegations that then-Victory Christian Center employee Chris Denman raped a 13-year-old girl at the church.
The wife of an employee killed in the accident and an injured employee are seeking $175,000 in damages.
(AP) A major manufacturer of small wind turbines has laid off 14 more employees from its plant in northern Arizona and several employees from its offices in Colorado.
A major manufacturer of small wind turbines has laid off 14 more employees from its plant in northern Arizona and several employees from its offices in Colorado.
With an estimated 33 percent of IT employees working as freelancers by 2020, Greg Shields argues why this shift away from salaried positions is a win-win for both employer and employee.
The bonus should be received within the next week, and will go to 157 certified employees and about 90 classified employees.
The Corrections Department, elected officials, and airport employees are the only employees that aren't affected by the three-day furloughs .
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In science:

The LR project had 34 employees participating in the Bug Tracker discussions, 15 of whom were from eMaxx.
Identifying Coordination Problems in Software Development: Finding Mismatches between Software and Project Team Structures
On the other hand, the cause of the Code Ownership STSC was clearly a lack of explicit code ownership. On the other hand, dynamic and iterative projects can also lead to employees assuming different social responsibilities, if and when they find that their co-workers have not assumed their own responsibilities.
Identifying Coordination Problems in Software Development: Finding Mismatches between Software and Project Team Structures
Here we consider the construct validity for each of the type of STSCs found: Conway‘s Law: This identification was based on qualitative data and manual identification. There are two measurement variables to be considered for Conway‘s Law, namely the technical dependencies and the social network of the employees.
Identifying Coordination Problems in Software Development: Finding Mismatches between Software and Project Team Structures
What is important to be considered, is whether the communication between the employees really resolves the problems in the dependencies among the software modules or components.
Identifying Coordination Problems in Software Development: Finding Mismatches between Software and Project Team Structures
Thus, the content and the semantics of the communication messages between employees have to be considered.
Identifying Coordination Problems in Software Development: Finding Mismatches between Software and Project Team Structures
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