wages clerk

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wages clerk

n (Brit) → Lohnbuchhalter(in) m(f)

wages clerk

ncontabile m/f
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Her job description was wide-ranging, from working in the shop, taking money and writing receipts, to acting as wages clerk and basically running the shop when the Joneses went on holiday.
I left school and worked as a waitress, and from there I went on to work as a wages clerk for British Road Services in Gateshead.
The title of the Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths is in part a reference to her latest assignment, going undercover as a wages clerk and a cleaner to uncover a gang that has masterminded a huge payroll fraud and committed murders to cover its tracks.
She had lived with severe depression and was diagnosed with ME, which forced her to retire from her job as a wages clerk.
Pete first met Pat in 1959 at a weekly dance at Berkswell, not far from where she worked as a wages clerk in Balsall Common.
Her mum is Edna Holroyd and they lived in Melford Drive, Prenton and worked at Manweb, as a wages clerk.
Prosecutor John Bartlett said Cunningham worked for Mr Deakin's business as wages clerk and secretary.
Wages clerk Ernie (Stephen Hancock) was shot dead in a bungled robbery after the actor got involved in a dispute with producer Bill Podmore who decided to kill him off.
Bill, a retired wages clerk from Southampton docks, has refused to celebrate Christmas since hearing workmates moan about the cost of the festive season - back in 1953
In a remarkable career catalogue, Lesley has been a wages clerk, administration worker for the NHS, cleaner, dressmaker, pub landlady and corner shop owner.
The team reinvestigate the murder of a young wages clerk and discover new evidence that leads them to doubt the man executed for the crime was guilty.
The likeable but curmudgeonly team reinvestigate the 50-year-old murder of Frederick Tully, a young wages clerk at Battersea Power Station.