[em-ploi-ee, em-ploi-ee, em-ploi-ee] /ɛmˈplɔɪ i, ɛm plɔɪˈi, ˌɛm plɔɪˈi/
a person working for another person or a business firm for pay.
a person who is hired to work for another or for a business, firm, etc, in return for payment Also called (esp formerly) employé
“person employed,” 1850, mainly in U.S. use, from employ + -ee.
[em-ploi-muh nt] /ɛmˈplɔɪ mənt/ noun 1. an act or instance of someone or something. 2. the state of being ; ; service: to begin or terminate employment. 3. an occupation by which a person earns a living; work; business. 4. the total number of people gainfully or working. 5. an activity or the like that […]
noun 1. an agency that helps find jobs for persons seeking employment or assists employers in finding persons to fill positions that are open. noun 1. a private firm whose business is placing people in jobs
- Employment equity
noun 1. (South African) a policy or programme designed to reserve jobs for people formerly disadvantaged under apartheid 2. (Canadian) a policy or programme designed to ensure equal opportunity in employment
- Employment exchange
noun 1. (Brit) a former name for employment office