- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)n. servant, helper, [hired] hand; clerk, assistant.II(Roget's IV) n.Syn. worker, laborer, wage earner, agent, representative, hired hand, staff member, assistant, attendant, apprentice, operator, workingman, workingwoman, jobholder, breadwinner, craftsman, workman, help, hired help, servant, domestic, subordinate, underling, helper, staffer, hireling, drudge, lackey, wage slave*, flunky*, cog*, gofer*.III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.worker, personnel, staffer, hired hand, jobholder, wage earner, *company man/woman, *working stiff, *slave.IV(Roget's Thesaurus II) also employe noun One who is employed by another: hireling, jobholder, worker. Informal: hire, hired hand. See OVER, WORK.
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employee — em‧ploy‧ee [ɪmˈplɔɪˌiː, ˌemplɔɪˈiː] noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES JOBS someone who is paid to work for an organization, especially someone who has a job of low rank: • A large proportion of the company s employees work outside the UK. •… … Financial and business terms
employee — has replaced employé (feminine employée) as the dominant form in BrE for someone who is employed. In AmE the alternative form is employe, pronounced as three syllables and usually stressed on the second … Modern English usage
Employee — Em ploy*ee , n. [The Eng. form of employ[ e].] One employed by another. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
employee — person employed, 1850, mainly in U.S. use, from EMPLOY (Cf. employ) + EE (Cf. ee) … Etymology dictionary
employee — [n] person being paid for working for another or a corporation agent, apprentice, assistant, attendant, blue collar*, breadwinner*, clerk, cog*, company person, craftsperson, desk jockey*, domestic, hand, help, hired gun*, hired hand*, hireling,… … New thesaurus
employee — ► NOUN ▪ a person employed for wages or salary … English terms dictionary
employee — or employe [em ploi′ē, imploi′ē; em ploi΄ē′, imploi΄ē; em΄ploi ē′] n. [Fr employé: see EMPLOY & EE1] a person hired by another, or by a business firm, etc., to work for wages or salary … English World dictionary
employee — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ paid, salaried ▪ full time, part time ▪ We have around 100 full time employees. ▪ hourly (= paid per hour of work) (AmE) … Collocations dictionary
employee — n. 1) to engage (esp. BE), hire (esp. AE), take on an employee 2) to dismiss, fire, sack (colloq.) an employee; (BE) to make an employee redundant 3) a government; white collar employee 4) a full time; part time employee 5) a fellow employee * *… … Combinatory dictionary
employee — A person in the service of another under any contract of hire, express or implied, oral or written, where the employer has the power or right to control and direct the employee in the material details of how the work is to be performed. Riverbend … Black's law dictionary