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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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Contract notice:organization of practice analysis groups for sector managers and homeworkers for the elderly and the disabled.
However, men still account for the majority of homeworkers, with 966,000 regularly working from home in 2016, compared to 673,000 women.
So, perhaps knowing that persons' occasionally performing work from home, are not homeworkers, is a good start?
6% of the male workforce in Wales are homeworkers compared with 10.
INot just because the teenage boy's Spider Man curtains at No 14 keep twitching at the sight of me in a bikini, but because a third of the growing army of homeworkers are also stripping off to work outside in this heatwave.
In particular, the rollout of superfast broadband allows homeworkers to securely access business IT systems through remote desktop, cloud computing solutions.
Jelly Day takes place on the third Wednesday of each month when freelancers, homeworkers, entrepreneurs, consultants, laptop "nomads" and anyone else can work from co-working space that hosts Jelly, free of charge.
A report by Regeneris Consulting predicts over 15 years the technology can provide the local economy of a town with a PS143m boost, create 225 new jobs, 140 new start-up businesses and 1,000 more homeworkers.
A report by Regeneris Consulting has predicted over 15 years that the technology can provide the local economy of a typical town with a PS143m boost, create 225 new jobs, 140 new start-up businesses and 1,000 more homeworkers.
HomeWorkers bridges the gap in the home maintenance industry by establishing a program to provide homeowners with referrals for reliable home maintenance specialists who are pre-approved and accredited by the local Better Business Bureau.
Faster broadband can help businesses become more competitive and greatly improve the online services available to families and homeworkers.
The threat of losing their jobs to homeworkers made it difficult for factory workers in several sectors to prevent employers from imposing piecework and other exploitative practices even when unions were present.