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- Gentleman scientist
- Government scientist
Other articles related to "employer":
... to the job description and foreseeable by the employer ... Key examples of this consideration under US law can include tort liability of the employer due to a duty to supervise or control the employee ... may consider if the employee's harmful acts were foreseeable by the employer to the point that the employer should have instituted reasonable precautions to prevent the ...
1996, #166 in 1997, #319 in 1998 and #381 in 1999).(The 1995-99 listings are under "TriNet Employer Group" and 1999's is under "TriNet VCO".) In 2008, TriNet ranked #3369 in the Inc ... TriNet has been accredited by the Employer Services Assurance Corporation (ESAC) since 1995 ... validates the solid financial performance of PEOs, and the assurance of their employer-compliant operations and services, continually monitoring them for adherence to important financial, ethical, and ...
... performing the "very essence" of his or her employer's contractual obligations with a customer, does not owe a duty of care, whether one labels it "independent" or ... performing the "very essence" of a contract between the plaintiff and his or her employer does not, in itself, necessarily preclude a conclusion that a duty of care was present ” While the employees were ... services provided for in the contract between their employer and the plaintiff when the loss occurred ...
... law, a secret profit is a profit made by an employee who uses his employer's premises and business facilities in order to engage in unauthorised trade on his own behalf ... sells it in the bar in competition with, or in preference to, that of his employer ... property being the customer's money and the deception that he was selling his employer's produce ...
Famous quotes containing the word employer:
“If factory-labor is not a means of education to the operative of to-day, it is because the employer does not do his duty. It is because he treats his work-people like machines, and forgets that they are struggling, hoping, despairing human beings.”
—Harriet H. Robinson (18251911)
“If the laborer gets no more than the wages which his employer pays him, he is cheated, he cheats himself.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)