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day labor

n.
Labor hired and paid by the day.

day laborer n.
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Tenders are invited for contract labor workers, including temporary workers and day labor workers, provided by a staffing agency or temporary personnel services agency, based on an hourly rate multiplier for said workers.
Bulgarian Parliament has approved the one day labor contracts specifically for seasonal agricultural work.
Their topics include The Crescent City and the rewriting of the history of race and labor in the US, Black women and markets in New Orleans before 1820, the centrality of economics and employment to New Orleans Voodoo during the Great Depression, the history of the New Orleans praline woman, and day labor organizing in the Big Easy.
In recent months, he had been known to frequent parks near the Eugene Mission as well as local day labor pickup and drop-off sites, Mueller said.
They face the greatest dangers because [many of them] have not done day labor before, and they don't have the training," explains Eric Rodriguez, executive director of the Latino Union.
Seller states current workload can be handled by owner with occasional day labor when required.
The intervening two years were a nightmare familiar to the working poor: makeshift living quarters, frantic attempts to keep self and family together, patched-up and unreliable old cars, part-time jobs augmented by day labor and futile efforts to stay ahead of the bill collectors.
Another group that focuses on worker issues among African Americans and Latinos is Humboldt Park's San Lucas Workers Center, which organizes day labor workers.
We're now building local leadership teams that can organize at day labor corners, in motels and hotels, and in communities.
These alternative unions generally represent workers "at or below the poverty level" who toil in various trades and industries, including food service, home health care, domestic work, manufacturing and day labor.
Organic farming is an all day, every day labor intensive job, but it is without purpose if Georgia consumers don't value the effort enough to pay a realistic price for this commitment.
The article was very informative, however, I did not see any contact information in the magazine for the National Day Labor Organizing Network mentioned in the article.