Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who employs; a user; a person engaging or keeping others in service.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who employs another.
- n. a person or firm that employs workers
- From French employeur. (Wiktionary)
“In Tony Blairs speech to launch this initiative he included the word employer thirty-six times.”
“For long-term retirement investing, utilizing a Roth, traditional IRA or the 401 (k) plan available through your employer is the best place to start.”
“(Oh, and my employer is a university, so same situation)!”
“Is that not just an extension of the employer based system in which the employer is the single payer of its employees 'insurance?”
“No, the law can only be fairly enforced when the employer is able to check the documents without spending a small fortune.”
“Unfortunately, as long as the employer is the one making the decision, only the first part of that sentence matters.”
“Since most employers kick money into employee health care, the employer is already more than sort of motivated to keep health care costs as low as possible.”
“But when the employer is the government, in any form,, it should be a non-starter.”
“And - oh, yes - his employer is the United States government.”
“You shouldn't assume that your employer is an electronic voyeur and wants to know about your personal life," Flynn says.”
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