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He and his wife had to give up something to help their children get through remote schooling and it made more economic sense for him to take emergency leave, with assistance from his employer and federal relief programs.

Until July 1st, the plan also specifically prohibited workers from working for their employers when on the scheme.

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She eventually found out that the state was waiting on a response from her employer … even though she was self-employed.

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Luckily for some, certain jobs are Covid-proof, which means that they are still well in demand and employers are happy to hand out handsome compensations for them.

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You as an employer will need to keep your workers motivated in order to ensure that the work does not gets delayed or stopped.

An Uber driver harassed me and my then-employer, and then Uber lied to me.

He emphasized that employing people with IDD is a triple win: the employer, the employee, and the federal government all benefit.

Historically, and today, how well a home care worker is treated depends entirely on the employer.

Nor is it surprising that the employer of the accused has neither fired the alleged perpetrator nor denounced the trial.

He is caught stealing by his former employer, who poisons his nervous system with a mycotoxin.

This, as a piece of pure economics, does not interest the individual employer a particle.

And it is quite true that the particular employer can no more break away from these limits than he can jump out of his own skin.

The single employer rightly knows that there is a wage higher than he can pay and hours shorter than he can grant.

The situation may be altogether in favor of the employer or altogether in favor of the men, or may occupy a middle ground.

Properly applied, the capitalist and the employer of labor need have nothing to fear from it.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to employer, such as: boss, company, corporation, entrepreneur, executive, and firm.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.