fellow worker

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Noun1.fellow worker - an associate that one works withfellow worker - an associate that one works with  
associate - a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor; "he had to consult his associate before continuing"
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Beside Denisov rode an esaul,* Denisov's fellow worker, also in felt cloak and sheepskin cap, and riding a large sleek Don horse.
He speaks of Caswall being a pupil and the fellow worker of Mesmer, and states that though, when the latter left France, he took away with him a vast quantity of philosophical and electric instruments, he was never known to use them again.
His fellow workers favoured him with scowls and black looks, and made remarks, slangily witty and which he did not understand, about sucking up to the boss and pace-making and holding her down, when the rains set in.
The incident started when the company's CEO Youssry Nasr was accused of filing a report against a fellow worker, Mohamed Fawzy, leading to his imprisonment last Wednesday.
Fellow worker Mick Collings, 53, died of his injuries.
A Section 10 of the Employment Relations Act 1999 gives a legal right to all workers who are required to attend a disciplinary hearing to be accompanied by either a trade union official or a fellow worker.
Staff at NatWest's branch in Cardiff's Queen Street raised more than pounds 1,000 for Breast Cancer Care Cymru as part of a show of support for fellow worker Angela Dunstan.
The Pakistani supervisor was suspected by the five men of helping a fellow worker, who had propositioned another for sex, to escape from them.
The next day, her husband, who was also employed by the Federal Government, told the story to a fellow worker who had spent some time at an agency similar to the one in which the wife was employed.
So-called e-flirting was the most popular way of approaching a fellow worker, with just 15 per cent saying they would be sending a Valentine's card.
In a practice known as policing, other workers, which are all female, often destroy their nestmates' eggs or even attack a fellow worker caught in the act of egg laying.
However, the peer intervention model will not work if a company stigmatizes either the employee who corrects a fellow worker or the one being corrected.

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