Peon


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Peon

An unskilled worker. The term has a highly negative connotation.
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It does not work with NGOs, Peon says, but directly with communities.
Not surprisingly, it's easy to plunge into this book expecting it to be some kind of manifesto, written by workplace rebels, an expose of the contradictions on the job between workers (which Haynes calls peons) and the bosses.
"For example, with our voice portal customers can access information from the Internet using only their voice and a regular wireless phone," Peon said.
A brother of the Peon Bilal who performs duties of Naib Qasid in the Prime Minister house, is also doing a small business of cell phones outside a shop and is notorious for his unruly behavior and use to tease business community time and again.
Summary: Katni (Madhya Pradesh) [India], Aug 3 (ANI): A peon posted at a government school in Katni was suspended on Friday after a video of him mercilessly thrashing students inside the classroom in presence of a teacher went viral over social media.
NAROWAL -- The Anti Corruption Establishment (ACE) on Friday arrested district executive officer Public Health Engineering Department and a peon for taking a bribe here on Friday.
She said she went to the office again where a clerk told her she could immediately get a job as a peon, but will have to keep waiting to get a clerk's post.
Before also a brother with his two friends have given kickbacks to a peon for stopping a girl, with whom they have thought for doing sexual harassment, and peon has stopped, his both friends have raped her and the last one was the brother of her, when he saw her then became shameful of his bad thoughts, which happened on his own sister.