Employer в новостях
|former employer||Бывший работодатель|
|largest employer||Крупнейший работодатель|
|major employer||Крупный работодатель|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· One in three Britons working while unwell during lockdown due to redundancy fears, research shows →
“Employers have an active role to play in encouraging their staff to take the time they need to recover from illness, mental or physical.”
· 'I'm worried I'm not going to get a job': meet the corona class of 2020 →
More than a quarter of employers have cut their graduate recruitment this year, according to a recent survey by the Institute of Student Employers.
· ‘For climate protesters, we are like filth’: the German village where coal is still king →
Coal was not just the main employer in Lusatia.
· Jeremy Vine: 'At the BBC you can have values but you can’t have views – that's how I operate' →
“Samira is a friend and the BBC is my employer, and it was between her and them,” he says.
· Survey: With Covid-19 under control, Malaysians now worried over unemployment, job safety →
Employers, who made up of 2.9 per cent of survey respondents or about 4,877 people, had also been hit badly, with 23.8 per cent of them losing their businesses.
The Japan Times
· Pandemic opens door to ideas new and old for a better economy →
Work guarantees are popular among some U.S. Democrats amid bleak prospects for young people, with the government as an employer of last resort.
· Laid off? You have to pay tax on severance pay →
Employers often seek to compensate such employees with some additional compensation in the form of severance pay, voluntary retirement compensation, retrenchment compensation, gratuity for past services, etc.
· The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - Jane's April Update: Looking More Like A Return To Normalcy →
This article was written on my own and does not reflect the views or opinions of my employer.
The China Post
· Parents hoping to get back to work face a child care crisis →
Samantha Shlimbaum, a program manager at Pace University in New York, is counting on her employer’s flexibility.
· 'School isn't focused on that': Apprentice numbers expected to fall by 30 per cent →
Mr Hurley recommended increasing employer incentives and wage subsidies to make it easier for employers to keep apprentices and trainees.