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n act of showing someone how something is used or done
an action, plan, rule, etc., that is meant to improve something
a period of time when workers stop work in order to force an employer to agree to their demands.
a person who works for another person or for a company for wages or a salary.
a person or company that has people who do work for wages or a salary : a person or company that has employees.
a person who does a particular job to earn money.
a person who learns a job or skill by working for a fixed period of time for someone who is very good at that job or skill.
a person who is being trained for a job.
a student or recent graduate who works for a period of time at a job in order to get experience.
working the full number of hours considered normal or standard. Normally 8
working or involving fewer hours than is considered normal or standard.
he scheduled period of time during which a person works.
time spent working at your job that is in addition to your normal working hours.
a system in which employees are required to work a certain number of hours but are allowed to choose their own times for starting and finishing work.
the work that a person does : a person's job or profession
type of job that requires special education, training, or skill.
Earn your living
to get (money, a salary, etc.) for work that you have done.
To get a raise
to receive an increase in the amount of your pay.
the act of promoting someone or something: such as a : the act of moving someone to a higher or more important position or rank in an organization.
not going to work for a specific period of time since you have just given birth.
an amount of money that an employee is paid each year.
very similar to salary: an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc., that are worked.
Period of notice
a statement telling someone that an agreement, job, etc., will end soon.
To be unemployed
to be without a job.
To be out of work
to be without a job.
To be on the dole
money that a government gives to people who do not have jobs or who are very poor.
To fire somebody
to dismiss (someone) from a job.
To make somebody redundant
dismissed from a job because you are no longer needed.
To hand in one's notice
to give your boss a statement telling someone that an agreement, job, etc., will end soon.
to give up (a job or position) in a formal or official way.
to leave (a job, school, career, etc.).
money that is paid by a company (such as an insurance company) or by a government when someone dies, becomes sick, stops working, etc.
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