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employee [ emplɔi'i:] n.受雇者,雇员,雇工

工薪阶层 salariat; state employee; salaried person

双向选择 "two-way selection, referring to employer and employee choosing each other in a job market"

Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces

操作工 operative employees

员工申请表 employee requisition

员工公平 employee equity

员工股权计划 employee stock ownership plan,ESOP

内部员工关系 internal employee relations

雇员供款 Employee Contribution

direct employee

employee compensation

employee contribution

Employees Compensation Ordinary/Special Assessment Board

Employees Retraining Board [ERB]

At the same time, along with the benefits of such machines, employees must study knowledge involved in such machines so that they are able to control them.

Senior Employee 高级雇员

Dispersion of redundant employees 分流富余人员

Allow employees to hold some shares 允许职工持股

benefit fund for employees 职工福利基金

Employee 职员,雇员

employee benefits 职工福利

employee pensions 职工养老金

employee retirement fund 职工退休基金

employee stock ownership plan 职工持股计划

employee’s association 职工联合会

employee’s insurance fund 职工保险基金

employees’ representative 职工代表

employee’s rights 职工权力

government employee 政府雇员

wages owed to employees 应付职工工资

public employee 公职人员

White-collar employee 白领职员

the sponsor of the new employee

The employer got tough with his employees and refused to raise their wages.

Employees who have worked here for many years will be given preferential treatment over newcomers.

We closed our offices at 2:00 p.m. to give employees time to absorb the bad news.
我们下午两点就下班了, 让雇员们有时间去思考这个坏消息。

Some managers have raised objection to laying off too many employees.

I'm a government employee.

- get the green light 得到批准
We're got the green light from our dean that we can have some changes on teaching curriculum.
give the green light 给予批准,准许某人干……
The employees can have a day off. The director has given them the green light.

裁员 [cái yuán] /to cut staff/to lay off employees/

雇员 [gù yuán] /employee/

雇员 [gù yuán] /employee/

官僚 [guān liáo] /(n) government employee that doesn't do any work; bureaucrat/

录用 [lù yòng] /(v) hire as an employee/

尾牙 [wěi yá] /a year-end dinner for employees/

员 [yuán] /person/employee/member/

Here is a troubled business that keeps hiring employees whose attitudes vastly annoy the customers.
Then it sponsors lots of symposiums and a credibility project dedicated to wondering why customers are annoyed and fleeing in large numbers.
But it never seems to get around to noticing the cultural and class biases that so many former buyers are complaining about.
If it did, it would open up its diversity program, now focused narrowly on race and gender, and look for reporters who differ broadly by outlook, values, education, and class.

At the same time these computers record which hours are busiest and which employees are the most efficient, allowing personnel and staffing assignments to be made accordingly.

{adj: autocratic, bossy, dominating, high-and-mighty, magisterial, peremptory} offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power
"an autocratic person"
"autocratic behavior"
"a bossy way of ordering others around"
"a rather aggressive and dominating character"
"managed the employees in an aloof magisterial way"
"a swaggering peremptory manner"

{adj: avaricious, covetous, grabby, grasping, greedy, prehensile} immoderately desirous of acquiring e.g. wealth
"they are avaricious and will do anything for money"
"casting covetous eyes on his neighbor's fields"
"a grasping old miser"
"grasping commercialism"
"greedy for money and power"
"grew richer and greedier"
"prehensile employers stingy with raises for their employees"

{adj: distinct, distinguishable} (often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality
"plants of several distinct types"
"the word `nationalism' is used in at least two distinct senses"
"gold is distinct from iron"
"a tree related to but quite distinct from the European beech"
"management had interests quite distinct from those of their employees"

{adj: faineant, indolent, lazy, otiose, slothful, work-shy} disinclined to work or exertion
"faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"
"an indolent hanger-on"
"too lazy to wash the dishes"
"shiftless idle youth"
"slothful employees"
"the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"

{adj: faithful} steadfast in affection or allegiance
"years of faithful service"
"faithful employees"
"we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor"
<-> unfaithful

{adj: orienting, orientating} positioning with respect to a reference system or determining your bearings physically or intellectually
"noticed the bee's momentary orienting pause before heading back to the hive"
"an orienting program for new employees"
<-> disorienting

{adj: part-time, parttime} involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity
"part-time employees"
"a part-time job"
<-> full-time

{adj: pensionable} entitled to receive a pension
"a pensionable employee"

{adj: pink-collar} of or relating to a class of jobs once traditionally filled by women
"a pink-collar employee"

{adj: probationary, provisional, provisionary, tentative} under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon
"probationary employees"
"a provisional government"
"just a tentative schedule"

{adj: terminable} capable of being terminated after a designated time
"terminable employees"
"a terminable annuity"

{adv: high-handedly} in a domineering high-handed manner
"he behaved high-handedly toward his employees"

{adv: wrongfully} in an unjust or unfair manner
"the employee claimed that she was wrongfully dismissed"
"people who were wrongfully imprisoned should be released"

{n: 401-k plan, 401-k} a retirement savings plan that is funded by employee contributions and (often) matching contributions from the employer; contributions are made from your salary before taxes and the funds grow tax-free until they are withdrawn at which point they can be converted into and IRA; funds can be transfered if you change employers and you can (to some extent) manage the investments yourself

{n: FICA} a tax on employees and employers that is used to fund the Social Security system

{n: Keogh plan} a tax-deferred pension plan for employees of unincorporated businesses or for self-employed persons

{n: National Liberation Army, ELN} a Marxist terrorist group formed in 1963 by Colombian intellectuals who were inspired by the Cuban Revolution; responsible for a campaign of mass kidnappings and resistance to the government's efforts to stop the drug trade
"ELN kidnappers target foreign employees of large corporations"

{n: bartender, barman, barkeep, barkeeper, mixologist} an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar

{n: beanfeast} an annual dinner party given by an employer for the employees

{n: bonus, incentive} an additional payment (or other remuneration) to employees as a means of increasing output

{n: brakeman} a railroad employee responsible for a train's brakes

{n: cafeteria facility} (usually plural) facilities for providing food for employees or visitors

{n: call-back} the recall of an employee after a layoff

{n: clerk} an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts)

{n: company man} an employee whose first loyalty is to the company rather than to fellow workers

{n: contract offer} offer by an employer to contract to pay an employee at a given rate

{n: copartnership} a partnership in which employees get a share of the profits in addition to their wages

{n: dispatcher} employee of a transportation company who controls the departures of vehicles according to weather conditions and in the interest of efficient service

{n: dog catcher} an employee of a municipal pound who is hired to round up stray dogs and cats

{n: earthquake} a disturbance that is extremely disruptive
"selling the company caused an earthquake among the employees"

{n: employee ownership} ownership of a business by the people who work for it

{n: employee savings plan} a plan that allows employees to contribute to an investment pool managed the employer

{n: employee stock ownership plan, ESOP} a program under which employees regularly accumulate shares and may ultimately assume control of the company

{n: employee turnover, turnover rate, turnover} the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers

{n: employee-owned enterprise, employee-owned business} a commercial enterprise owned by the people who work for it

{n: employee} a worker who is hired to perform a job
<-> employer

{n: employer} a person or firm that employs workers
<-> employee

{n: employment contract, employment agreement} contract between employer and employee

{n: family, fellowship} an association of people who share common beliefs or activities
"the message was addressed not just to employees but to every member of the company family"
"the church welcomed new members into its fellowship"

{n: floater} an employee who is reassigned from job to job as needed

{n: floorwalker, shopwalker} an employee of a retail store who supervises sales personnel and helps with customer problems
"a floorwalker is called a shopwalker in England"

{n: freight agent} an employee of a freight carrier who directs the receipt and delivery of goods

{n: garnishment} a court order to an employer to withhold all or part of an employee's wages and to send the money to the court or to the person who won a lawsuit against the employee

{n: gofer} an employee whose duties include running errands

{n: golden handshake} a lucrative severance agreement offered to an employee (usually as an incentive to retire)

{n: government office} an office where government employees work

{n: group insurance} insurance that is purchased by a group (such as the employees of a company) usually at a reduced rate to individual members of the group

{n: hired help} employee hired for domestic or farm work (often used in the singular to refer to several employees collectively)

{n: hire} a newly hired employee
"the new hires need special training"

{n: house organ} a periodical published by a business firm for its employees and customers

{n: housecleaning} (figurative) the act of reforming by the removal of unwanted personnel or practices or conditions
"more housecleaning is in store at other accounting firms"
"many employees were discharged in a general housecleaning by the new owners"

{n: incentive program, incentive scheme} a formal scheme for inducing someone (as employees) to do something

{n: internal auditor} an auditor who is an employee of the company whose records are audited and who provides information to the management and board of directors

{n: jobholder} an employee who has a regular job

{n: layoff} the act of laying off an employee or a work force

{n: line worker} an employee who works on an assembly line

{n: lockout} a management action resisting employee's demands; employees are barred from entering the workplace until they agree to terms

{n: logic bomb, slag code} a delayed action computer virus; a set of instructions surreptitiously inserted into a program that are designed to execute (or `explode') if a particular condition is satisfied; when exploded it may delete or corrupt data, or print a spurious message, or have other harmful effects
"a disgruntled employee planted a logic bomb"

{n: merit pay} extra pay awarded to an employee on the basis of merit (especially to school teachers)

{n: national insurance} social insurance program in Britain; based on contributions from employers and employees; provides payments to unemployed and sick and retired people as well as medical services

{n: occupational safety and health act, federal job safety law} a law passed by the United States Congress that created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to prevent employees from being injured or contracting diseases in the course of their employment

{n: open door} freedom of access
"he maintained an open door for all employees"

{n: organization man} an employee who sacrifices his own individuality for the good of an organization

{n: organized labor} employees who are represented by a labor union

{n: paid vacation} a vacation from work by an employee with pay granted

{n: payroll, payroll department} the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee

{n: payroll, paysheet} a list of employees and their salaries
"the company had a long payroll"

{n: pension fund} a financial institution that collects regular contributions from employers to provide retirement income for employees

{n: personnel department, personnel office, personnel, staff office} the department responsible for hiring and training and placing employees and for seting policies for personnel management

{n: placement} contact established between applicants and prospective employees
"the agency provided placement services"

{n: porter, Pullman porter} a railroad employee who assists passengers (especially on sleeping cars)

{n: profit sharing} a system in which employees receive a share of the net profits of the business

{n: recruiter} someone who supplies members or employees

{n: secondary censorship} armed forces censorship of the personal communications of officers or civilian employees or enlisted personnel not subject to primary censorship

{n: severance agreement} an agreement on the terms on which an employee will leave

{n: sexual harassment} unwelcome sexual behavior by a supervisor toward an employee

{n: shipping clerk} an employee who ships and receives goods

{n: shop assistant} an employee in a shop

{n: sick pay} wages paid to an employee who is on sick leave

{n: signalman} a railroad employee in charge of signals and point in a railroad yard

{n: slave driver, Simon Legree} a cruel employer who demands excessive work from the employees

{n: social insurance} government provision for unemployed or injured or aged; financed by contributions from employers and employees as well as by government revenue

{n: spot check} a check on work performance or product quality made at random times without warning
"spot checks ensure a high level of performance by employees"

{n: staff member, staffer} an employee who is a member of a staff of workers (especially a member of the staff that works for the President of the United States)

{n: stagehand, stage technician} an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production

{n: stand-in, substitute, relief, reliever, backup, backup man, fill-in} someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)
"the star had a stand-in for dangerous scenes"
"we need extra employees for summer fill-ins"

{n: stock purchase plan} an organized plan for employees of a company to buy shares of its stock

{n: stocktaker, stock-taker} an employee whose job is to take inventory
"an outside stocktaker had to be hired"

{n: striker} an employee on strike against an employer

{n: supernumerary} a person serving no apparent function
"reducing staff is difficult because our employees include no supernumeraries"

{n: sweeper} an employee who sweeps (floors or streets etc.)

{n: teller, cashier, bank clerk} an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money

{n: temper, biliousness, irritability, peevishness, pettishness, snappishness, surliness} a disposition to exhibit uncontrolled anger
"his temper was well known to all his employees"

{n: time sheet} a record of the hours worked by employees

{n: timecard} a card recording an employee's starting and quitting times each work day

{n: timecard} a card used with a time clock to record an employee's starting and quitting times each day

{n: timekeeper} a clerk who keeps track of the hours worked by employees

{n: trainman, railroader, railroad man, railwayman, railway man} an employee of a railroad

{n: travel expense} (frequently plural) expenses incurred by an employee in the performance of the job and usually reimbursed by the employer

{n: union, labor union, trade union, trades union, brotherhood} an organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer
"you have to join the union in order to get a job"

{n: withholding tax, withholding} income tax withheld from employees' wages and paid directly to the government by the employer

{n: withholding} the act of deducting from an employee's salary

{n: workman, workingman, working man, working person} an employee who performs manual or industrial labor

{n: works council} (chiefly Brit) a council representing employer and employees of a plant or business to discuss working conditions etc; also: a committee representing the workers elected to negotiate with management about grievances and wages etc

{n: yellow-dog contract} a labor contract (now illegal) whereby the employee agrees not to join a trade union

{v: communicate, pass on, pass, put across} transmit information
"Please communicate this message to all employees"

{v: curry favor, curry favour, court favor, court favour} seek favor by fawning or flattery
"This employee is currying favor with his superordinates"

{v: deal} behave in a certain way towards others
"He deals fairly with his employees"

{v: disgruntle} put into a bad mood or into bad humour
"The employees were disgruntled by their bad working conditions"

{v: dislodge, displace, bump} remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied
"The new employee dislodged her by moving into her office space"

{v: equal, match, equalize, equalise, equate} make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching
"let's equalize the duties among all employees in this office"
"The company matched the discount policy of its competitors"

{v: exchange} hand over one and receive another, approximately equivalent
"exchange prisoners" ; "exchange employees between branches of the company"

{v: lock out} prevent employees from working during a strike

{v: match} provide funds complementary to
"The company matched the employees' contributions"

{v: observe, keep, maintain} observe correctly or closely
"The pianist kept time with the metronome"
"keep count"
"I cannot keep track of all my employees"

{v: second} transfer an employee to a different, temporary assignment
"The officer was seconded for duty overseas"

{v: spill, talk} reveal information
"If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"
"The former employee spilled all the details"

{v: squeeze out} force out
"Some employees were squeezed out by the recent budget cuts"

{v: strike, walk out} stop work in order to press demands
"The auto workers are striking for higher wages"
"The employees walked out when their demand for better benefits was not met"

He could not sit down but circled the long dining-room table with a drink in his hand, calling down terrible oaths on his employees.

With 80,000 employees worldwide, Hutchison operates five core businesses in 25 countries: ports and related services; telecommunications; property development and holdings; retail, manufacturing and other services; and energy and infrastructure.
哈奇森公司在世界各地有八万雇员,在 25个国家开展五大业务:港口及相关服务;电信;房地产开发与控股;商品零售、制造及其它服务;能源和基础设施。

" Most of our employees are not US born, " says Mr. Muskie.
"我们的大部分雇员都不是在美国出生的, "马斯基先生说。
" For instance, the manager for Asia is Chinese and speaks all the major Chinese dialects. "

Mr. Muskie says: " For the multi-nationals, we provide wholesale banking services and private banking for individual employees.
马斯基先生说: "我们为跨国公司提供大规模银行服务,为雇员个人提供私人银行服务。

For example, Pax World Fund, based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, says it invests only in companies " that treat their employees, their environment, and their communities with respect ".
举个例子,派克斯世界基金,总部设在新罕布什尔州的朴次茅斯,说它只投资于那些 "尊重员工,尊重环保,尊重社区 "的公司。

If future predictions of a shortage of quality workers come true, it will become even more important to make employees feel part of the team.

" You are the most important employees of the municipality, affecting the life of every resident directly.

People of this city deserve the right to speak to their elected representatives and other municipal employees directly.

The blunt new mayor had split the city hall into two factions:
his employees in the centre sat motionless, while the spectators around stood in ovation.

Employees are surfing the web, checking their stocks, tuning in to web-broadcasts, all while being paid to work.

A recent study suggests that German companies lose almost $50 billion each year through employees ' personal workplace web surfing.
最近的一项调查显示,每一年,德国的公司因为雇员在工作场所为私事上网损失近 500亿美元。

It's been estimated that a whopping 60% of all employees with desktop Internet access go online at least once daily for non-business activities.
据估计,多达 60%的雇员通过他们的台式电脑,每天至少一次不是因公事需要而上网。

The German government, always eager for new sources of tax revenue, has announced that it is investigating ways to tax Internet access by employees for personal use, the theory being that free surf time is a taxable employee benefit - like a company car.

Imposing such a tax would be difficult, but the threat helps to highlight employers need to keep employees noses to the grindstone.

Technically, there's no such thing as an " employee " at Razorfish; the people who work there are called " fish, " Seriously.

But few companies do more to relieve suffering employees than SAS, based in Cary, North Carolina.
在消除员工工作带来的各种痛苦方面,几乎没有几家公司能超过总部设在北卡罗来纳州卡利市的 SAS 研究所。

Also, employees can log on and check out anything from a book to a laptop from the company library.

Almost about everything at Schwab happens online: new employees( the company hired 6,000 last year) are greeted with a computer-based resource kit.
在该公司,几乎所有事情都是在网上进行的:新员工(公司去年招聘了 6, 000名)会收到一份储存在计算机上的相关资料。

Says Pat Moreira, a senior manager in employee communications: " I think of it as Schwab university. "

Diamond makes this footloose culture viable by providing laptops( some with webcams for videoconferencing), a state-of-the-art voice-mail system that receives faxes and sends them to employees at remote locations, and a " hoteling " system, which allows employees to reserve office space in Naperville as needed.

" We can reach our employees wherever they are and make sure we are enhancing their capabilities. "

Recently Ford really put its money where its mouth is, offering to provide each of its employees with a free PC.

( The proposition is being put to Ford's work force incrementally, and so far 90% of the 90,000 employees who have received the offer have taken advantage. )
(接受公司上网提议的员工越来越多,迄今为止,在 90, 000名接到公司提议的员工中,已有 90%开始选择上网。)

The company has also issued its employees more than 35,000 pagers.
此外,公司还向员工发放了 35, 000多台寻呼机。

Since Ford announced its computer giveaway, Intel Corp., Delta Air Lines and American Airlines have initiated similar programs for their employees, and a bipartisan bill was introduced in the House of Representatives to encourage other companies to do the same.

The employees send or receive about 3 million e-mail messages a day.
公司员工每天收发大约 300万封电子邮件。

Doug Busch, vice president of technology, loves working for a company that encourages employees to bring their laptops outside to the comfortable outdoor tables at its Seattle campus.
公司技术副总裁杜格 ( FW) 布什喜欢这家公司鼓励员工带着膝上型电脑到西雅图总部大楼外面,坐在舒适的桌子旁工作。

Dell's publicists speak glowingly of company perks, which provide employees discounts on everything from refurbished computers to movie tickets.

Oracles employees are encouraged to use their computers - and company time - to shop for clothes at a discount, research child-care providers, buy pet health insurance, order movie tickets and more.

All this can't help but make employees feel the company wants them to stick around.

We examined the computing systems provided to employees, the telecommuting arrangements available, technical training opportunities and a host of other factors - including whether workers seemed to be enjoying their jobs.

In the end, we focused on companies of all sizes that use technology to do three things: improve efficiency; increase production and improve employees* lives.

That's exactly what 14,000 employees at Cisco's San Jose, California, campus will soon be able to do.
对思科公司加利福尼亚州圣何塞总部工作的 14, 000名员工来说,上述想象很快将成为现实。

Best of all, employees are so well linked that Cisco is able to dispense with much of the costly bureaucracy that troubles many companies: its payroll department operates with only two full-time staff.

Why coddle employees with such a casual, comfy work environment?

On his website Escapemag.com, Robinson rants, " We 're the most vacation-starved country in the industrialized world. "
在他的站 Escapemag.com 上,鲁宾逊疾呼:我们是发达世界里休假最少的人群。
" Small-business employees get an average of eight days of vacation each, while Europeans and Australians receive four to six weeks ' paid leave ", says Robinson.
" In total hours, we now work two months longer each year than the Germans. "

" It costs us 150% of an annual salary to replace an employee in terms of retraining a new person plus the turbulence it causes in a unit and the impact on our clients, " says Denny Marcel, associate director of the burnout-prevention unit at Ernst&; Young.
安杨会计师事务所减轻员工工作压力的专门小组副主管丹尼·马塞说:为了更换一名员工,我们需要支付大约 150%的年薪,用来培训新员工,弥补因此引起的单位内部的不稳定和对客户的影响。

It's tough to persuade corporate travel managers to spend $4,800 for an employee's roundtrip business-class ticket from Hong Kong to London on Cathay Pacific, British Airways or Virgin Atlantic compared with approximately $1,000 for an equivalent economy-class ticket.
要说服公司里主管旅行事务的经理为其员工支付 4, 800美元购买香港至伦敦(无论是国泰、英航或维珍航空公司)的往返票实在不容易,因为同样的一张经济舱票只需 1, 000美元。

In recent years computer and Internet penetration has grown rapidly in Sweden, due mainly to corporate initiatives such as Employee Purchase Programs whereby companies sell computers to their employees at reduced prices.

It rewards employees with profit-sharing deals and stock options.

Legend began in the retail trade: buying and selling color TV sets, roller skates, ust about anything, recalls one employee.

Ma: I always tell my employees that we are a very cheap company.

But while his international staff totals 1,550, Andersen Consulting has 65,000 employees worldwide. Still, Razorfish's Eriksson remains upbeat about the new breed of consultancies.
该公司在全球拥有 1, 550名员工,但安盛咨询公司的全球员工人数却多达 65, 000名。尽管如此, Razorfish 的埃里克森对新兴咨询公司的发展前景依然持乐观态度。

Bezos&; Co. has developed an entirely new way of thinking about the ancient art of selling products, managing employees and satisfying customers.

As usual he's smiling, shaking hands and shocking new employees with his distinctive laugh, a rapid honk that sounds like a flock of geese.

During our tour of the plant he runs into a huge room filled with 300 new employees who leap to their feet as he enters. They give him a standing ovation.
我们参观工厂时,他跑进一个大房间,里面的 300名新员工一下站起身,热烈欢迎他的到来。

The trading house suffered huge losses last year, slashed salaries and announced it would cut at least 1,000 employees - nearly one fourth of its workforce - by March 2002.
该商社去年遭受巨额亏损,为此大幅下调员工工资,并宣布到 2002年 3月将至少裁减 1, 000名员工,这几乎相当于商社全部员工的四分之一。

" Only a foreigner could make such changes, " says Yukio Noguchi, an economist at the University of Tokyo.
" No Japanese could solve the problem because of the keiretsu and its employees. "

" Companies that fire employees simply because of an economic downturn will lose the trust of workers and eventually lose the competitive edge, " he told the Japanese press.

Keiretsuties are extensive and touch every part of the lives of a group's employees.

At work, for instance, Costain supports the idea of making showers available for employees who want to exercise at lunchtime and the practice of offering a healthier range of food in company cafeterias.

Even that staggering figure does not take into account the costly losses of employees ' productivity due to problems related to obesity.

Keenly aware of the formidable competition in the medium-priced casual-wear business, Ying visits his stores daily to check the clothes and the store layouts, and to ensure that his employees are on top of things.

Here's one more reason to take vacations: it gives your employees a chance to write best-selling books.

A former employee of a pharmaceutical firm, he has written 11 books which have sold 9 million copies in 28 countries, espousing the Montignac Method: consume those carbohydrates that reduce the glucose in the blood.
他曾在一家制药公司就职。迄今为止,为宣扬蒙特泰纳饮食疗法,他已经写了 11本书,在 28个国家的销量高达 900万册。这种疗法就是主张食用可以降低血液中葡萄糖含量的碳水化合物。

Employees need to be retrained or found in places like Eastern Europe and India if Europe is to resolve the problem, the report warns.

Levin counsels employees who are overwhelmed by their work and family obligations to carefully review their commitments - not only at the office but at home and in the community too - and start paring them down.

The website figures out where the closest dealer is and sends a message there, and employees check the stockroom for the necessary parts and schedule a meeting with a mechanic.

The post-techie world has new players: women, immigrants and even Republicans The 15-month-old Internet start-up Della and James hasn't had its IPO yet, but so far it has nailed down the idea( an online bridal registry), the VC( Kleiner Perkins), the hiring( 15 to 70 employees in six months) and the buzz( everybody in the Valley has heard of Della and James).
后技术化的世界里出现了新玩家:女人、移民、甚至共和党人成立 15个月的互联网公司戴娜与詹姆斯的股票尚未上市,不过到目前为止,它已经确定了经营主旨(网上结婚礼品)、投资者克莱纳·珀金斯和雇员队伍(半年内雇用 15至 70人),并且制造了一定的宣传效应(硅谷的每一个人都知道了戴娜与詹姆斯公司)。

In the Democratic radio address, North Carolina Congressman Bob Etheridge says the plan would hurt small farmers, who depend more heavily on Social Security, because most fund their own retirement instead of relying on private sector employee accounts.

Secretary Chertoff takes charge of an agency with 160,000 employees from border patrol and Secret Service to the Coast Guard and immigration control. He succeeds former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge who was the nation's first Director of Homeland Security, following the biggest government reorganization since World War II.

Employee benefits law services

Employee Education

制造费用 Manufacturing overhead
材料费 Materials
管理人员工资 Executive Salaries
奖金 Wages
退职金 Retirement allowance
补贴 Bonus
外保劳务费 Outsourcing fee
福利费 Employee benefits/welfare
会议费 Coferemce
加班餐费 Special duties
市内交通费 Business traveling
通讯费 Correspondence
电话费 Correspondence
水电取暖费 Water and Steam
税费 Taxes and dues
租赁费 Rent
管理费 Maintenance
车辆维护费 Vehicles maintenance
油料费 Vehicles maintenance
培训费 Education and training
接待费 Entertainment
图书、印刷费 Books and printing
运费 Transpotation
保险费 Insurance premium
支付手续费 Commission
杂费 Sundry charges
折旧费 Depreciation expense
机物料消耗 Article of consumption
劳动保护费 Labor protection fees
季节性停工损失 Loss on seasonality cessation

管理费用 Adminisstrative expenses
职工工资 Staff Salaries
修理费 Repair charge
低值易耗摊销 Article of consumption
办公费 Office allowance
差旅费 Travelling expense
工会经费 Labour union expenditure
研究与开发费 Research and development expense
福利费 Employee benefits/welfare
职工教育经费 Personnel education
待业保险费 Unemployment insurance
劳动保险费 Labour insurance
医疗保险费 Medical insurance
会议费 Coferemce
聘请中介机构费 Intermediary organs
咨询费 Consult fees
诉讼费 Legal cost
业务招待费 Business entertainment
技术转让费 Technology transfer fees
矿产资源补偿费 Mineral resources compensation fees
排污费 Pollution discharge fees
房产税 Housing property tax
车船使用税 Vehicle and vessel usage license plate tax(VVULPT)
土地使用税 Tenure tax
印花税 Stamp tax

employee association 职工联合会

employee counselling 员工辅导

employee-oriented 员工导向

employees' compensation insurance 雇员赔偿保险

employees' conpensation 雇员赔偿

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