雇用, 傭聘, 採用, 使用, 就業, 職, 仕事, 従業, 任用, 招聘, 就職口, 働き口
Noun(1) the state of being employed or having a job(2) the occupation for which you are paid(3) the act of giving someone a job(4) the act of using
(1) She is currently seeking alternative employment in Scotland to coincide with her move north.(2) employment of weapons(3) Apparently, I had a tax liability relating to my second period of employment with this employer.(4) she returned to employment(5) The parent must have completed one year's continuous employment with their employer to qualify for parental leave.(6) a fall in the numbers in full-time employment(7) His efforts to obtain employment in the financial sector were undocumented and few.(8) those still in employment(9) economies can be made by the full employment of existing facilities(10) We recommend also that the members resolve to consider the employment of a full-time solicitor.(11) The husband argues that the wife has had sufficient time to secure meaningful full time employment .(12) Interviews must be conducted with care and an understanding of employment discrimination laws.(13) the employment of a full-time tutor(14) The new element in the Australian family situation is maternal employment .(15) And with these openings come employment opportunities for school leavers.(16) Reasonableness may also require the employer to offer suitable alternative employment if appropriate.
1. work ::
3. use ::
4. engagement ::
5. employ ::
1. unemployment ::
Different Formsemployment, employments
English to Japanese Dictionary: employment
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