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employment

the use of LABOUR and CAPITAL to produce goods and services. See LABOUR FORCE, CAPITAL STOCK.

employment

  1. 1micro-context - the use of LABOUR as a FACTOR OF PRODUCTION;
  2. macro-context - the aggregate number of persons in work in the economy as a constituent of the LABOUR FORCE. The size and quality of the labour force is a crucial determinant of the economy's capacity to provide output (see AGGREGATE SUPPLY) and achieve ECONOMIC GROWTH over time.
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Since the teachers had a statutory right to continue to teach, the payments received to give up those rights were not remuneration for employment.
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Quid pro quo sexual harassment is predicated upon a showing by employees that their response to unwelcome sexual advances was subsequently used as the basis for a tangible employment action.
Since 1997, employment has declined in the goods-producing sectors of most developed and many developing economies, leaving service industries responsible for all net job creation.
The attitudes of employers can affect the employment outcomes for people with disabilities (Kennedy & Olney, 2001).
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Halifax: To provide eligible individuals with an initial needs assessment to identify program activities that will support their employment goals.
Retirees are also eating away at the employment picture for teens, going back to work after realizing a savings account has its limits.
Those who find work are indeed less likely to reoffend, and many charitable organizations and lawmakers have focused on employment programs for former offenders.
With the growing economy, both this and the number of employment practices lawsuits are expected to rise.

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