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  • 1 give employment — index delegate, employ (engage services) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 give employment to — index engage (hire), hire Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 employment — n. 1) to give, provide employment 2) to find; seek employment 3) casual (BE); full time; part time; seasonal; steady employment 4) employment peaks; rises 5) employment is down; up 6) employment as (to find employment as a mechanic) * * * [ɪm… …

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  • 4 Employment scams — Employment scams, also know as job scams, are a form of advance fee fraud scamming where certain unscrupulous persons posing as recruiters and/or employers offer attractive employment opportunities which require the job seeker to pay them money… …

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  • 5 Employment (album) — Employment Studio album by Kaiser Chiefs Released 7 March 2005 …

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  • 6 Employment — Studioalbum von Kaiser Chiefs Veröffentlichung 7. März 2005 Label B Unique (Universal) …

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  • 7 Employment Division v. Smith — Employment Division of Oregon v. Smith Supreme Court of the United States Argued November 6, 1989 Dec …

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  • 8 Employment — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Employment Álbum de Kaiser Chiefs Publicación 7 de marzo de 2005 Grabación 2004 …

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  • 9 Employment — Employment …

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  • 10 Employment and Support Allowance — (ESA) will be a UK Government State Benefit to replace new claims for Incapacity Benefit and Income Support on the basis of incapacity for work for most claimants from October 2008.The main change from the current benefit (Incapacity Benefit) is… …

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  • 11 Give a Man a Job — was a short film produced in 1933 in conjunction with the National Recovery Administration in which audience members were encouraged to offer jobs to the unemployed in the midst of the Great Depression. The film featured Jimmy Durante… …

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  • 12 Employment — Album par Kaiser Chiefs Sortie 10 mai 2005 (Original/France) 7 novembre 2005 (DVD/France) Enregistrement 2004 Durée 44 min …

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  • 13 give someone the axe — If you give someone the axe, you terminate their employment or discharge them from an office or position.( Ax is the American spelling) …

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  • 14 give someone the bum's rush — (slang) 1. To eject someone by force 2. To dismiss someone summarily, esp from one s employment • • • Main Entry: ↑bum * * * give someone (or get) the bum s rush forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering ■ abruptly …

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  • 15 give someone their cards (or get one's cards) Brit. — give someone their cards (or get one s cards) Brit. informal dismiss someone (or be dismissed) from employment. → card …

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  • 16 give (someone) the push — 1. to end someone s employment. After twenty years loyal service, they gave her the push. 2. to end a relationship with someone. They d only been seeing each other for two weeks when he gave her the push …

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  • 17 give someone their cards — ► give someone their cards (or get one s cards) Brit. informal dismiss someone (or be dismissed) from employment. Main Entry: ↑card …

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  • 18 Employment Relations Act 2000 — Infobox NZ Legislation short title=Employment Relations Act long title= No long title introduced by= date passed=2000 royal assent= commencement= October 2 2000 amendments= 2001, 2004 related legislation= Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration… …

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  • 19 Employment contract in English law — An employment contract in English law is a specific kind of contract whereby one person performs work under the direction of another. The two main features of a contract is that work is exchanged for a wage, and that one party stands in a… …

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  • 20 employment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ paid, salaried ▪ full time, part time ▪ lifelong, lifetime, long term, permanent, stable …

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