In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(work)trabajo masculinehe is not in regular employment — no tiene (un) trabajo fijo
- to seek employment — buscar empleo / trabajo
- when would you be available to take up employment? — ¿cuándo podría empezar a trabajar?
- the conditions/place of employment — las condiciones/el lugar de trabajo
- The course was specifically aimed at individuals with a genuine interest in securing full-time employment in the retail sector.
- The advantages of these alternative employments over domestic service were obvious: wages were higher, conditions better, and independence enhanced.
- Was the solution to improve the conditions of women's paid employment?
- But why do we think it beyond the capabilities of students to take on paid employment while studying?
- There has also been a massive industrialisation of some of the traditional employments in the region, particularly the fishing industry with its canneries.
- Psychological tests, widely used in a variety of sensitive employments, would be deemed forbidden by the Constitution if a judge thought them ‘unreasonable.’
- His efforts to obtain employment in the financial sector were undocumented and few.
- If an individual's incapacity prevents him from aspiring to a normal range of employments, he is treated as permanently incapacitated.
- It may well be the case that the programmes have delivered industrial peace in the public sector and in unionised employments in the private sector, but at what price?
- Niche markets for undergraduates are important in providing employment opportunities.
- Traditionally, large Japanese companies have provided lifetime employment for their more valued employees in return for lifetime loyalty.
- Reasonableness may also require the employer to offer suitable alternative employment if appropriate.
- Certain people move into occupations, environments, employments, that actually bring out certain aspects of leadership.
- And with these openings come employment opportunities for school leavers.
- Only once did he seriously seek fulltime employment outside New Haven.
- An employer, in the absence of just cause, remains free to terminate the employment of an employee.
- This means trading and professional income together with income from non-pensionable employments.
- An employee may combine years of pensionable service from his or her current employment with that from previous employments, if the previous pension benefits have been transferred to the current employer's scheme.
- He obtained a variety of employments but continued to suffer flashbacks and night terrors and to drink heavily.
- The first is that women freely choose to enter these jobs, and the second is that these sweatshop jobs are better than the alternative employments available to women in developing economies.
- The number of people in paid employment has more or less doubled since 1990.
- The burden could grow exponentially as the female participation rate in paid employment escalates.
- After running for state legislature and losing, he took up a variety of employments, from blacksmith to shop keeper.
- He continued that structures were needed to provide full-time employment for young people and also summer jobs.
- She is currently seeking alternative employment in Scotland to coincide with her move north.
- The husband argues that the wife has had sufficient time to secure meaningful full time employment.
- But at least for some, such employments usually result in frustration.
- The parent must have completed one year's continuous employment with their employer to qualify for parental leave.
- We have seen how modern industry always tends to the substitution of the simpler and more subordinate employments for the higher and more complex ones.
- We laughed as I recalled my first week of employment in the industry.
- The new element in the Australian family situation is maternal employment.
- But does this responsibility not also extend to parents in paid employment?
- Apparently, I had a tax liability relating to my second period of employment with this employer.
1.2(in UK, availability of work)empleo masculine(legislation) laboralthe Department of Employment — el Ministerio/la Secretaría de Trabajo
- employment opportunities — oportunidades de empleo
- employment statistics — estadísticas del desempleo
1.3(hiring, taking on)contratación feminine
- There was also a positive change in employment of young people below 30 registered over the month.
- Interviews must be conducted with care and an understanding of employment discrimination laws.
- We recommend also that the members resolve to consider the employment of a full-time solicitor.
2(use)utilización feminineempleo masculine
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