hired help


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Noun1.hired help - employee hired for domestic or farm work (often used in the singular to refer to several employees collectively)
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
kitchen help - help hired to work in the kitchen
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And you know how desperate hard it's got to be to get hired help.
Martin had insisted that the requirement for hired help was over; however, in despair over his wife's determined sabotage, it was Martin himself who commanded that the girl be reinstated for another two months.
But at night--well, there he is with his wife, three children, and a hired help.
THE bill for hired help to pick up the bins during last summer's strike is expected to hit PS1.
As things got busy, Tim hired help, and not only kept the Blade Tech brand alive, but continued to innovate and keep--and take--market share.
Eleven-year-old Sammy Levin has to spend his summer in the Catskill Mountains with his obnoxious cousin Joshua, and worse, Sammy has been forcibly "volunteered" as hired help for the Pine Grove Hotel.
Some of these creatures you have to feel sorry for - it's a wonder they manage to get themselves up and dressed in their designer gear without having to call the hired help for assistance.
Surprisingly, given the long-term decline in farm holdings, this is still more than 1,000 up on the 2005 figure and more than 3,000 up on the 2013 workforce - mostly due to increases in family and hired help, and migrant workers.
Summary: The show tackles cultural conflict and the mistreatment of hired help in the Middle East
You are doing a great job with your mum but that doesn't mean you have to let her treat you like the hired help.
Her beloved teacher, Miss Chandler, gives her a newspaper clipping that advertises for hired help getting paid six dollars a week for doing the chores that she does for free every day.
Their family had hired help, but Margo and sister Denise were expected to clean in advance of their arrival, to keep the habits and inflections of vernacular blackness at bay, to assert their privilege by keeping distance between themselves and those who didn't share it.