Definition of Employers. Meaning of Employers. Synonyms of Employers

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Definition of Employers

Employer
Employer Em*ploy"er, n. One who employs another; as, an employer of workmen.

Meaning of Employers from wikipedia

- productive employment relationship. The main ways for employers to find workers and for people to find employers are via jobs listings in newspapers (via cl****ified...
- An employers' organization or employers' ****ociation is a collective organization of manufacturers, retailers, or other employers of wage labor. Employers'...
- on Wikipedia List of largest employers in the United States List of wealthiest organizations "The World's Biggest Employers". Forbes.com. Forbes. Retrieved...
- million people emplo**** in the health care sector in 2017. List of largest employers List of the largest software companies List of largest Internet companies...
- Employers National Capital Region's Top Employers Montreal's Top Employers Atlantic Canada's Top Employers Nova Scotia's Top Employers Top Employer Summit...
- important such relationship for practical purposes is that of employer and employee. Employers are vicariously liable, under the respondeat superior doctrine...
- This is a list of largest United Kingdom employers. There are four main kinds of employer, public sector bodies public listed companies (plc) such as those...
- The Employer is an award-winning psychological thriller written and directed by Frank Merle. The film stars Malcolm McDowell as the title character who...
- EEF was formed in 1896 as the Engineering Employers' Federation and merged in 1918 with the National Employers' Federation. A history of the EEF cited in...
- Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance is a workers' compensation provider in Missouri. MEM provides coverage in nearly all 600 National Council on Compensation...
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