|act as a spy, act of a spy, close view, discover by observation, employee who obtains information about rivals, engage in espionage, investigate, observe in secret, person who is employed by a government to gather information on other countries, secret...||spy|
|act of firing an employee||disemployment|
|act of hiring something or somebody, employee, give somebody work, lease, rent; employ, pay for the use of something, wages, payment; rent, rental, charge, fee||hire|
|act of leaving as protest, employee strike, worker strike; leaving out of protest||walkout|
|act of making something available, authorization for freedom, control mechanism, document confirming surrender of something, emission, fire employee, free somebody from obligation, liberation; newly distributed film (or record, book, etc.); press relea...||release|
|additional advantage, additional employee benefit||fringe benefit|
|adult female; female spouse; collective womankind; girlfriend, female lover (Informal); female housekeeper, domestic employee, female adult, femininity, wife or girlfriend, women as group||woman|
|adult male human, adult male human; human being, person; human race, mankind; husband, boyfriend (Informal); game piece used in board games like checkers or chess, authority figure, be ready for action, employee or worker, husband or man companion, int...||man|
|airport porter, airport employee who assists travelers with their luggage||skycap|
|American corporation headquartered in Pennsylvania, provider of insurance and financial services including employee benefits packages||Cigna|
|argumentative, art of disputing, debater, Employee Retirement Income Security Act//eristic, eristical||ERISA|
|assignment worker, temporary employee||contingent worker|
|attend, serve, act as valet, clean a car, male hotel or passenger ship employee, man servant, personal manservant; one who parks cars for people arriving at a restaurant or hotel; employee who performs personal services for guests (at a hotel or on a p...||valet|
|bank employee, cashier; vote counter, counter of votes, somebody who tells||teller|
|bank worker taking and paying money, checker, discharge, fire, dismiss (from military service); reject, dismiss somebody from armed forces, person who handles purchases in a store; bank employee who handles monetary transactions, somebody responsible f...||cashier|
|car provided for an employee||company car|
|caretaker of apartment building, chief assistant in hotel, doorkeeper; hotel employee in charge of performing special services for guests; janitor||concierge|
|causative substance, computer program, government employee, means effecting result, person authorized to perform a certain action; representative; factor, cause, somebody representing another, spy||agent|
|collect heads, engage in employee recruiting, recruit somebody from another company||headhunt|
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