employee

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} işçi

Tom işçilerine cömert davranır. - Tom treats his employees generously.

Onu en iyi işçileri olarak düşünüyorlar. - They consider him their best employee.

çalışan

Çalışan sayısı on yıl içinde iki katına çıktı. - The number of employees doubled in ten years.

Tom'un üç yüzden daha fazla çalışanı var. - Tom has more than three hundred employees.

{i} eleman

Hiç Fransızca konuşan elemanınız var mı? - Do you have any French-speaking employees?

Nitelikli eleman bulmak zorlaşıyor. - It's getting harder to find qualified employees.

{i} personel

Hiç Fransızca konuşan personeliniz var mı? - Do you have any employees who speak French?

Kısa vadeli sözleşmeli personel haber vermeden işten çıkarıldı. - The short term contract employees were dismissed without notice.

müstahdem
{i} adam
(Ticaret) ücretli

Her çalışan, yılda iki haftalık ücretli bir tatil yapma hakkına sahiptir. - Each employee is entitled to a two week paid vacation per year.

hizmetli
(Askeri) MEMUR, MÜSTAHDEM, İŞÇİ
{i} görevli
bir başkası hesabına ücret karşılığında çalışan kimse
(Kanun,Ticaret) istihdam edilen
employee #
sicil no
employee assistance program
(Ticaret) işçiye yardım programı
employee benefits
(Ticaret) personel sosyal hakları
employee crimes
memur suçları
employee dining hall
personel yemekhanesi
employee discount
(Ticaret) çalışan indirimi
employee empowerment
personel güçlendirme
employee empowerment
işçi yetkisi
employee health promotion
işçi sağlık desteği
employee id
çalışan no
employee id
çalışan kimlik numarası
employee in charge
görevli personel
employee indemnity claim
(Ticaret) çalışanın tazminat talebi
employee info
personel bilgileri
employee leasing services
işçi kiralama hizmetleri
employee management
çalışan yönetimi
employee matching gift
(Politika, Siyaset) personel eş bağışı
employee motivation
işçi güdülemesi
employee name
çalışan adı
employee number
(Bilgisayar) çalışan numarası
employee of the month
ayın çalışanı
employee of the month
ayın elemanı
employee of the year
yılın elemanı
employee of the year
yılın çalışanı
employee orientation
(Ticaret) çalışan adaptasyonu
employee orientation
(Ticaret) işçi oryantasyonu
employee ownership
(Ticaret) işçi şirketleri
employee ownership plan
(Ticaret) işçi mülkiyeti planı
employee participation
işçi katılımı
employee participation system
(Politika, Siyaset) işçi katılım planları
employee personal rights
(Ticaret) özlük hakkı
employee procurement
personel temini
employee productivity
(Ticaret) çalışan verimliliği
employee records
(Ticaret) çalışan kayıtları
employee recruitment
personel temini
employee requirement
(Ticaret) eleman ihtiyacı
employee rights
işçi hakları
employee satisfaction
(Ticaret) çalışan memnuniyeti
employee selection
(Ticaret) işçi seçimi
employee seniority
kıdemli işçi
employee share ownership plan
(Ticaret) personelin ortak olma planı
employee support fund
(Ticaret) işçi destekleme fonu
employee training
müstahdem eğitimi
employee turnover rates
(Ticaret) personel devir hızı
employee's name
(Bilgisayar) çalışan adı
employee's salaries
personel maaşları
employee compensation
memur tazminatı
employee participation
yönetime katılma
employee pension
işçi geliri
employee pension
emekli maaşı
employee pension fund
personel emekli fonu
employee relations
işçi ilişkileri
employee shares
işçi hisse senetleri
employee's advances
personel avansları
employee's bonus
işçi ikramiyesi
employee assistance plan
Bir yardım planı
employee earnings
Bir kazanç
employee food service
işçi yemek hizmeti
employee hour
Çalışma saati
employee involvement
çalışanların katılımı
employee lot
işçilere ayrılmış olan yer, kısım, pay vs
employee participation
çalışan katılımı
employee referral
bir işyerine işçi sevk etmek
employee shares
Bir hisse
employee training
personel eğitimi
employee's agreement not to disclose trade secrets
çalışan ile yapılan ticari sırları ifşa etmeme sözleşmesi
employee's income tax
personel gelir vergisi
employee-day
Çalışma günü, iş günü
employee association
(Ticaret) meslek birlikleri
employee compensation
(Ticaret) emek gelirleri
employee morale
işçi morali
employee suggestion system
(Ticaret) personel öneri sistemi
employee's advances
(Ticaret) işçi avansları
employees
(Bilgisayar,Ticaret) çalışanlar

Tom çalışanlarına düzgün bir şekilde nasıl davranacağını bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know how to treat his employees properly.

Tüm çalışanlarımdan mutlak sadakat istiyorum. - I require absolute loyalty of my employees.

employe
memur
female employee
memure
former employee
(Ticaret) eski çalışan
retired employee
tekaüt
covenanted employee
sözleşmeli çalışan
salaried employee
aylıkçı
comparable employee
(Kanun) Emsal işçi
contract employee
(Ekonomi) Sözleşmeli işçi
employees
işçiler

Tom işçilerine cömert davranır. - Tom treats his employees generously.

Çok sayıda yönetici ve yeterli olmayan işçiler var. - There are too many managers and not enough employees.

skilled employee
vasıflı işçi
career employee
(Ticaret) meslekten yetişme memur
career employee
(Ticaret) meslek memuru
casual employee
(Ticaret) geçici işçi
casual employee
(Ticaret) süreksiz işçi
city employee
(İnşaat) kent çalışanları
government employee
devlet memuru
government employee
memur
hour employee
(Ticaret) saatlik işçi
invention of employee
(Kanun) işçinin ihtiraı
invention of employee
(Kanun) işçi buluşu
municipal employee
belediyeci
municipal employee
(Politika, Siyaset) belediye çalışanı
per diem employee
(Ticaret) gündelikçi işçi
qualified employee
kalifiye eleman
salaried employee
maaşlı personel
temporary employee
(Ticaret) geçici işçi
temporary employee
(Ticaret) bordrosuz eleman
İngilizce - İngilizce
An individual who provides labor to a company or another person
one who works for wages or a salary
A person who works for a company, government body, or other organisation, as opposed to someone who does not work (un-employed), or someone who works for their own company (self-employed)
Under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute, the term "employee" includes an individual "employed in an agency" or "whose employment in an agency has ceased because of any unfair labor practice," but does not include supervisors and management officials or anyone who participates in a strike or members of the uniformed services or employees in the Foreign Service (who have a separate labor-management relations program--see 22 USC 4101 ff) or aliens occupying positions outside the U S See 5 USC § 7103(a)(2)
any person in the service of an agency who receives compensation from the agency and where the agency has the right to control and direct the employee in how the work is performed EMPLOYING AGENCY – the agency having primary control over the services of the employee EXEMPT EMPLOYEE - an employee who is exempt from both the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act due to employment in a bona fide executive, administrative, professional, or outside sales capacity
person employed by someone else, working for money (salary or wages)
For purposes of these policies one (excluding faculty, administrators, graduate assistants, and student workers) who works for UNL and receives a UNL paycheck with deductions for social security and for federal and state taxes
{i} worker, person who works for an employer
An individual, within an organization authorized as an Employer, who maintains specific person records using data accessed through applications, databases, services and interfaces provided by HealthNet/BC
  Under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute, the term "employee" includes an individual "employed in an agency" or "whose employment in an agency has ceased because of any unfair labor practice," but does not include supervisors and management officials or anyone who participates in a strike or members of the uniformed services or employees in the Foreign Service or aliens occupying positions outside the U S   See 5 USC § 7103(a)(2)  
a worker who is hired to perform a job
is a person, as defined in the Public Service Staff Relations Act (employé)
an individual employed in a laboratory workplace who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals in the course of his or her assignments
Employment, Earnings and Hours (Cat # 72-002 Statistics Canada) defines an employee as any person receiving pay for services rendered or for paid absences for whom the employer is required to complete a Revenue Canada T-4 Supplementary form
A person employed by Indiana University for wages or salary, whether appointed or hourly
as used in the Agency Grievance Procedure, Part 3, Chapter 2, of this order means an individual currently employed by the Department or a former employee of the Department who was covered by the Agency Grievance Procedure when he or she was an employee [HRO Part 3, Chapter 2, Agency Grievance Procedure]
One who works for another, the "employer": for purposes of workers' compensation laws, any person earning wages, salary, or commissions, not including farm workers, domestic servants, people working for a spouse or parent, railroad employees and independent contractors
any natural person who has an employment relationship, acknowledged by both the employee and the mortgage broker; and is treated as an employee by the mortgage broker for purposes of compliance with federal income tax laws (per WAC 208-660-010) an individual who has an employment relationship acknowledged by both the employee and the licensee, and the individual is treated as an employee by the licensee for purposes of compliance with federal income tax laws (per RCW 19 146 010)
One employed by another
A person who works under the direct control of an employer on a continuing basis
A person who is employed by an employer under a contract of service whether written or implied
An individual who performs services for remuneration regardless of age
means a classified employee of the state of Michigan over which the civil service commission has jurisdiction under the constitution
A person hired by the University of California to work at LLNL This includes career and indeterminate-time employees but not subcontract workers, students, or participating guests See also "Worker "
Agency staff in the exempt, unclassified, and classified service providing personal services to the employer
For income tax purposes, an employee is to be distinguished from an independent contractor This is important, because the withholding of income taxes on wages applies only to employees Also, employee status will affect the manner and extent of some deductions and credits The regulations state that an employee is one who is subject to the will and control of the employer not only as to what shall be done but also as to how it shall be done
person working for another person or an organization for compensation In certain circumstances it is difficult to determine whether a person is an employee or an independent contractor As a guide, see Contractor or Employee to see 20 factors provided by the Internal Revenue Service to assist employers in making this interpretation
An employee is a person who is paid to work for an organization or for another person. He is an employee of Fuji Bank a government employee. someone who is paid to work for someone else = worker
means any person employed by the Department who performs any function or duty under the Act; and advisory board or commission members and consultants who perform any function or duty under the Act, if they perform decision-making functions for the Department under the authority of State law or regulations However, members of advisory boards or commissions established in accordance with State law or regulations to represent multiple interests are not considered to be employees State officials may through State law or regulations expand this definition to meet their program needs
A person who agrees to work for and follow the instructions of an employer in exchange for payment of wages •Employment
employee benefit
A non-wage compensation provided to an employee in addition to his normal wage or salary
employee handbook
A book or manual given to an employee of a business or company that details its guidelines, expectations, and policies
employee deferral
(Finans) An employee deferral is an investment, often into a retirement account that pays into a mutual fund, that is based on personal income
employee benefits
A general term usually referring to non-cash benefits provided to employees in their course of employment Some programs are extremely elaborate and formal; while others are simple and casual They often include a range of items, which might include Health, Life, Disability, Dental insurance or retirement programs - as well as other attractive features such as paid Vacation and/or Sick leave, transportation allowance, various per diem expenses, et cetera
employee benefits
Expenses incurred for vacation pay, sick leave pay, holiday pay, FICA, SUI, FUI, workers' compensation insurance, group health insurance, group life insurance, pension and retirement costs, etc
employee benefits
the provision of direct (salary, bonuses, etc ) indirect (vacation leave, medical and dental plans, etc ) and deferred employee compensation (pensions, etc )
employee benefits
Amounts paid by an employer on behalf of employees   These amounts are not included in the gross salary, but are over and above   While not paid directly to employees, they are nevertheless a part of the cost of salaries and benefits   Examples are (1) group health or life insurance payments; (2) contributions to employee retirement plans; (3) district share of O A S D I (Social Security) taxes; (4) worker's compensation payments  
employee benefits
Benefits offered to an employee by an employer and usually paid for at least in part by the employer Life, Health and Critical Illness insurance obtained by an employer on a group basis are examples of employee benefits
employee benefits
Benefits paid by the employer (e g , FICA, Worker's Compensation, Withholding Tax, Insurance, etc )
employee benefits
  Amounts paid on behalf of employees by the County in addition to their gross salaries   Examples include: group health and life insurance premiums, contributions to Social Security and the Public Employees Retirement System, and payments for Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Insurance programs   The total compensation of an employee includes their gross salary and the cost of Employer contributions to fringe benefits
employee benefits
Work that involves providing guidance and consultation to agencies, employees, former employees, annuitants, survivors, and eligible family members regarding retirement, insurance, health benefits, and injury compensation
employee benefits
An indirect form of employee compensation, in addition to wages Some employee benefits are mandated by law These include social security, unemployment, and workers compensation Other employee benefits are sponsored voluntarily by employers It is usual to talk about health-care, life insurance, retirement, or other welfare benefits in this context
employee benefits
benefits that a worker receives (retirement plan, insurance, etc.)
employee benefits
additional compensation paid to or on behalf of employees, such as premiums for medical, dental, life, and disability insurance; additional benefits include contributions to pension plans, stock purchase plans, and vacations (p 510)
employee benefits
The rewards and services provided to workers in addition to their regular earnings
employee benefits
This provides protection to you if you fail to properly administer Employee Benefit Programs and an employees suffers a loss because they did not have coverage they should have had, resulting from your negligence An example would be an employee gets married or has a new dependent and you fail to notify your Health Insurance Company
employee benefits
For budgeting purposes, employee (fringe) benefits are payments by the employer for Social Security, retirement, and group insurance
employee benefits
The direct expenditures, other than salaries, associated with employee compensation In the budget, employee benefits are not distributed by programs or departments These include retirement, social security, medical and dental, worker's compensation, and life insurance benefits
employee benefits
all benefits and services, other than wages for time worked, that employers provide to employees in whole or in part Narrower definitions include only employer-provided benefits for situations involving death, accident, sickness, retirement, or unemployment
employee benefits
Like most businesses, you want to provide security for your employees This means making sure your work force has the benefit coverage it needs As am employer, you need a comprehensive benefit package to attract and keep the kind of employees that make your company successful Since you need to keep costs in check, you must find a high-quality, cost effective benefit package Simple day-to-day benefit plan administrative is also critical
employee involvement
A practice within an organization whereby employees regularly participate in making decisions on how their work areas operate, including making suggestions for improvement, planning, goal setting and monitoring performance
employee involvement
A practice within an organization whereby employees regularly participate in making decisions on how their work is done, which includes making suggestions for improvement, planning, goal setting, and monitoring performance
employee involvement
A practice within an organization whereby employees regularly participate in making decisions on how their work areas operate, including asking suggestions for improvement, planning, goal setting, and monitoring performance
employee number
worker number
employee ownership
ownership of a business by the people who work for it
employee savings plan
a plan that allows employees to contribute to an investment pool managed the employer
employee stock ownership plan
a program under which employees regularly accumulate shares and may ultimately assume control of the company
employee training
or job training or occupational training Vocational instruction for employed persons, first used commonly in the developed world during World War II. Work-related training is necessary as new techniques, new methods, new tools, new synthetic materials, new sources of power, and increased uses of automation continue to bring extensive changes. The UN and its agencies contribute to training programs in developing countries. See also technical education
employee turnover
the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers
employee's committee
committee set up to protect the workers interest
employee-employer relations
reciprocal relations between workers and their employers
employee-owned enterprise
a commercial enterprise owned by the people who work for it
Business-to-employee
Business-to-employee (B2E) electronic commerce uses an intrabusiness network which allows companies to provide products and/or services to their employees. Typically, companies use B2E networks to automate employee-related corporate processes
comparable employee
(Kanun) A comparable employee means a full-time employee (of the same or opposite sex) to whom a part-time employee compares himself/herself
employe
alternative spelling of employee
employe
{i} worker, employee, person who works for an employer
employees
plural of employee
employees
All elected and appointed officers of a public agency; members of advisory commissions, boards, and councils; and persons employed by the university on a full-time, part-time, or contract basis, including faculty and academic professionals (also referred to as staff or staff member[s])
employees
means people who are employed by another individual or organisation to perform a particular role
employees
All persons engaged in the activities of business units, government bodies and private non-profit institutions, except the proprietors and their unpaid family members in the case of unincorporated business Members of the armed forces are included, irrespective of their duration and type of their service
employees
should contact the Helpdesk (844-4944) to reset forgotten Mallard passwords, but contact their ACC to reset forgotten PINs and mainframe passwords
employees
Persons whose assignments typically require special manual skills and a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the processes involved in the work; examples include mechanics and repairmen, electricians, skilled machinists, carpenters, etc
employees
The number of employees of a firm is its average number of persons employed for each pay period over the firm's latest 12 months Any person on the payroll must be included as one employee regardless of hours worked or temporary status The number of employees of a firm in business under 12 months is based on the average for each pay period it has been in business
employees
All persons employed under the Public Service Act 1999, covered by this Agreement
employees
You are an employee if you work for someone
employees
Any person drawing pay for services rendered or for paid absence and for whom the employer must complete a Canada Customs and Revenue Agency T-4 Supplementary Form The employee concept includes full-time and part-time employees, as well as working owners, directors, partners and other officers of incorporated businesses
employees
employees include all full-time or equivalent full-time workers who are compensated by you for the work they do on behalf of your business This includes all senior managers, as well as the full-time equivalent of any part-time or seasonal workers
employees
This is the total number of full time or full time equivalent employees as reported by the company in its 10-K report
employes
plural of employe
government employee
person who works for the ruling political administration
part time employee
worker who does not work a full week
permanent employee
worker who is employed on a regular basis, one who has tenure
senior employee
high-ranking worker, worker at the top level
state employee
person who works in the service of the state, governmental clerk or official
temporary employee
worker which is not permanent, worker for a set period of time
employee