knowledge worker


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knowledge worker

n
(Professions) a person employed to produce or analyse ideas and information
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Many knowledge workers are free to organize their work environment in the manner that best suits their work habits; in many cases, work will be performed at a time convenient for the knowledge worker, rather than in accordance with a fixed shift schedule.
The authors also note that university-educated men "seem to place far less value on these softer aspects of work life and may be the one group that fits the `free agent' image of a knowledge worker.
Webmaster'' is a recently coined word to describe a knowledge worker who puts an ``electronic face on organizations and individuals'' by designing Web sites for the Internet, said Claudia Allen of the National Association of Colleges and Employers in Bethlehem, Pa.
Is a guild the right Rx for knowledge worker stress?
To be a knowledge worker, Christian says it's important to have a bachelor's degree in engineering, liberal arts or business.
end-user - Also referred to as "customer," "patron," or "constituent," the end-user is the knowledge worker in the modern organization.
The concept of the knowledge worker has been used to describe many of the changes to working practices and organisational goals over the last decade.
It has reinforced our belief that the product stands apart from traditional web conferencing solutions in terms of ease-of-use, elegance, and the instant access it provides anyone with an Adobe Flash enabled browser," said Tom Hale, senior vice president, Knowledge Worker Business Unit at Adobe.
Beyond providing visibility and control to executives and managers, OfficeEngine also drives knowledge worker productivity.
Adobe has an unparalleled history of providing rich, engaging experiences for our customers and end users," said Tom Hale, senior vice president, Knowledge Worker Business Unit at Adobe.
Other security solutions only offer control for the first time a file is accessed by recipients, leaving critical documents such as proposals and legal agreements vulnerable to being shared further without the knowledge of the author," said Tom Hale, senior vice president, Knowledge Worker Business Unit at Adobe.
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