Job words 4
Words for COA 4 of Delaware
Terms in this set (33)
Ability to do something well because of life experiences talents or education.
Something one hopes to accomplish.
Charges collected by the government from people or businesses for public use.
Daily hours an employee works.
A regular assignment, employment or occupation that one works at for pay.
Time that an employee leaves a job for a particular reason.
A document that shows how many hours an employee works during a week.
The time an employee starts his work day.
Number of days an employee works each week.
A group of people what work together for a common goal or task.
Physical, emotional or mental factors that cause bodily or mental tension
voluntary(savings and health) and involuntary(taxes) monies employers take from employee paychecks
A group of people connected by a common interest or goals
To build employment and business relationships and communication for mutual benefits
The amount of wages before taxes or deductions are taken out of a paycheck
The regular day on which wages are paid
Jobs held, titles earned and work accomplished over a long period of time rather than referring to just one position.
different or not being the same
The pay received by an employee after all the employer's deductions are subtracted (taxes and insurance SS) take home pay
Quality that gives worth, to hold dear or important, to make a judgement concerning the worth of something
The law requires social security, unemployment compensation, and workers compensation
Employers choose to provide health insurance, life insurance, medical plans, paid vacation, pensions, gratuities
Collecting of information about a certain subject
Worldwide electronic communications network that connects computers networks and organizational computer facilities
payment for labor to a worker especially payment on a hourly, daily, or weekly basis or by the piece
the department of an organization or business that deals with hiring, records and problems
Working for pay. Work or job done by somebody.
Something, such as money, given or received for a service
An advertisement in a newspaper, magazine or other publication that offers job opportunities
Fixed compensation for services paid to an individual on a regular basis
a brief account of ones professional work experience and qualifications often submitted with an employment application or cover letter
general, indirect non-cash compensation provided to an employee
an employment or job for which one has been hired