|somebody watching workers||sidewalk superintendent|
|act of discharging workers (especially temporarily); period when one is not employed, period of forced inactivity, dismissal of employees, period of unemployment||layoff|
|act of observing or obeying, act of watching; act of looking; act of paying attention; supervision; remark, navigational instrument reading, observing of developments in something, record of something seen or noted, remark or comment, sighting with nav...||observation|
|act of understanding speech by watching lip movement (used especially by people who are deaf or hard of hearing)||lipreading|
|act of watching, observing, seeing, TV shows collectively||viewing|
|advance something, advise, assist somebody with activity, aid; rescue; ease, relieve; improve, fix; avoid, refrain; serve, wait on, assistance, aid; hired laborer, domestic servant; group of servants or workers; means of fixing or changing something, b...||help|
|all people employed or employable, all workers in company, labor force||work force; workforce|
|American Postal Workers Union||APWU|
|American Sailing Association; organization that unites sailors and sailing enthusiasts, American Soybean Association; (founded 1920) by American soybean farmers and extension workers in an effort to promote the crop and increase profit opportunities, A...||ASA|
|area for clerical workers, baseball warm-up area, bull enclosure, fenced in area where bulls are kept, relief pitchers, temporary cell||bullpen|
|arrangement for workers to stagger hours||staggered hours|
|assigning of clients to social workers, thorough study of environment and family for treatment and diagnosis (in social work)||casework|
|attack in gang, band, group of people who associate for social or criminal purposes; group of people who work together, combine switches, form group, gangue, group of criminals, group of troublemaking young people, group of workers, join together as a ...||gang|
|attentive, obedient, paying attention; watching; noticing; keeping religious laws; meticulous||observant|
|back shift, shift between day and night shifts, workers on a swing shift||swing shift|
|be successful, bribe somebody, make leeway, pay and lay off workers, repay in full, take revenge on||pay off|
|boss, person who employs people to do work, person or group that hires workers, somebody who uses something||employer|
|building used to house workers (on a farm, etc.), dormitory||bunkhouse|
|buildings on street, part of road between sidewalks, public road in town, related to modern urban society, public thoroughfare, paved or unpaved surface on which cars and other traffic travel, workers located on street||street|
|business owned by workers, jointly owned apartment building, of jointly owned apartment building, operated collectively, willing to help, working together||cooperative; co-operative|
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