unpaid worker

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Noun1.unpaid worker - a person who performs voluntary workunpaid worker - a person who performs voluntary work
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
candy striper - a volunteer worker in a hospital
pledge taker - a volunteer who records (usually by telephone) contributions pledged in a fund drive
vigilance man, vigilante - member of a vigilance committee
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It also appears that in the fulfillment of prophecy, Satan is an unpaid worker in the kingdom of God.
* The harm wasn't caused by the unpaid worker operating a motor vehicle, vessel, aircraft or other vehicle.
The Directive therefore applies to all EU nationals who travel to a Member State other than their own as a paid or unpaid worker or service recipient.
It emerges that she is being kept as an unpaid worker by wealthy Weatherfield newcomers Richie and Julia O'Driscoll - who are now the factory's biggest clients.
At a Youth Conference on Jobs in Coventry, Mr Miliband will say: "For Labour, it is unacceptable to have so many young people out of work for an entire year, with their hopes evaporating." The Tory-led Government has faced opposition to its unpaid worker experience scheme, with several major employers pulling out.
Unpaid workers in Oklahoma collectively are receiving nearly $1 million in back wages and penalties from the state's labor department.
Of this, 98.3% were paid employees while the rest were working owners and unpaid workers.
Prem Sagar was one among the 300 unpaid workers at a labour accommodation in Sonapur, whose plight was recently highlighted by Khaleej Times.
The majority of the sector's workers were paid employees numbering 52,382, or 99.9 percent, while the rest were working owners and unpaid workers.
UEFA wants unpaid workers to fill a variety of roles at Euro 2020 host venues including Hampden Park in Glasgow next June.
If such payment delays are reported on time, authorities will be in a better position to take up the issue with the company, arrange supply of provisions to the unpaid workers and even help with reconnection of power and water supplies, Suri explained.
It should involve bipartisan ideas, comprehensive immigration reform, and an agreement that allows closed government functions to resume and unpaid workers to receive their paychecks.