homeworker


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homeworker

(ˈhəʊmˌwɜːkə)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who does paid work at home, rather than in an office
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homeworker

[ˈhəʊmwɜːkəʳ] Nasalariado/a m/f que trabaja desde casa
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A HOMEWORKER is defined as a person who works in his or her own home as opposed to the workplace of the employer, for remuneration, which results in a product or service as specified by the employer, irrespective of who provides the equipment, materials or other inputs used.
Wales TUC analysis also finds that the number of men working from home compared with 2005 has fallen by nearly 7,500 while more than 14,000 more women have taken on homeworker roles.
Not usually a flashy homeworker, the five-year old was full of beans afterwards and looks Godolphin's best chance of the week.
3 Our Brummie Broad's house has been over-run by rats, turning the mild-mannered homeworker into a gun-toting Sarah Palin - with explosive and terminal results.
It provides its homeworker and multi-site offering as a service, to include connectivity provisioning and installation, IP telephony and thin client desktop platforms, which are linked to the system of the organisation through a secure VPN over an MPLS-based network.
The kits cost from GBP10 to GBP200 and the product made by the homeworker is always rejected on the grounds that it has 'failed' the quality standards, warns OFT.
According to the company, Tiscali Mobileworker, an extension of Tiscali Homeworker, enables the user to choose any secure network or Internet connection method available at their current location.
BARBARA Maddocks has won the Best Individual Homeworker title at the Travel Trade Gazette northern travel agent awards.
The oft-depicted internet-enabled homeworker is generally in the smallest definitional class.
Black also said that in many trades, the article had to be `finished' by a homeworker after the basic sewing had been done in the factory.
This strand of the literature has considered the implications of becoming a homeworker in terms of a series of atomized 'effects', but this fails to do full justice to how homework is experienced (Brocklehurst 1989; Haddon 1989; Huws et al.
If our investigators identify someone they feel is a likely homeworker, then they merely follow that person to where they may go.