Traducción de homeworker en Español:

homeworker

trabajador desde casa, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhoʊmˌwərkər//ˈhəʊmwəːkə/

nombre

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    trabajador desde casa masculino
    trabajadora desde casa femenino
    • Some employers have been using the system to cheat homeworkers out of their hard-earned cash, but this should make it more difficult to do so.
    • In its heyday, the garment industry became the leading employer of homeworkers.
    • As several homeworkers remarked during in-depth interviews, they felt reaffirmed as independent and powerful people, as household heads, as mothers who were successful in keeping their families together.
    • In 1999, he documented the experiences of 30 homeworkers in a report that shattered the then-popular image of homework as a stress-free and more flexible alternative to full-time office or factory work.
    • We know compliance is a problem in this sector but these amendments should help ensure that homeworkers are finally able to receive the full level of the national minimum wage.
    • Research is showing that higher productivity levels are achieved by homeworkers.
    • The essential tool was the sewing machine, which was relatively cheap, so little or no capital was required to set up a small workshop and also find homeworkers.
    • We homeworkers must adapt to our surroundings.
    • The researchers will also be giving information and support to homeworkers who want to try to fight for their right to the minimum wage.
    • Women are disproportionately employed in the so-called atypical workforce of part-timers, temporary workers, and homeworkers.
    • The Government promised over six years ago to sign the International Labour Organisation's convention on homeworkers' rights.
    • ‘One of our primary aims this year is to ensure that the government gives the employment status of homeworkers the attention that it deserves,’ she said.
    • Freelancers and homeworkers can also lose the habits of deference that oil the wheels of office life.
    • In some cases, trade unions have begun to organise homeworkers; in others, non-governmental organisations have been set up in the form of networks or cooperatives.
    • Some vendors may provide automatic patch updating for home users, and such systems may be appropriate for updating your mobile workforce and remote homeworkers with the latest security fixes.
    • The government needs to look at the status of homeworkers as they have no protection at the moment.
    • It is estimated 70 per cent of garment workers are women, working in factories, sweatshops, or as homeworkers.
    • But some technological changes resulted in new forms of homework or a greater demand for certain traditional tasks performed by homeworkers.