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- n. A person who works from home (homeworking).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A person who works at home for pay.
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No person shall engage in in - Homeworkers 'dustrial homework within the commonwealth unless he has certificates. in his possession a vahd certificate issued to him by the commissioner under authority of this section, hereinafter and in sections one hundred and forty-seven B to one hun - dred and forty-seven H, inclusive, called a homeworker's certificate.
No person shall engage in industrial home - work within the commonwealth unless he has in his posses - sion a valid certificate issued to him by the commissioner under authority of this section, hereinafter and in sections one hundred and forty-seven B to one hundred and forty - seven H, inclusive, called a homeworker's certificate.
Indeed, in this era of flexitime and homeworking, daytime pyjama-wearing can just as easily signify work hard, lonely, selfless work as lack of work – unless the humble homeworker is now considered to be part of the "underclass"?
"Combining our line rental and broadband services as part of Timico's managed homeworker solution, has helped us significantly reduce our costs," explained Paul Kidd, infrastructure implementation manager at Honda.
Mary used to watch television before completing all of her homework. homeworker
Step 3: Read through the site and get all the information that you need to become a homeworker.
The homeworker: My need for domestic order may be sad - but at least I have a common bond with shed fanatics
Before making such order the commissioner Hearings, shall hold a public hearing or hearings at which an oppor - tunity to be heard shall be afforded to any employer, or representative of employers, and any industrial homeworker, or representative of industrial homeworkers, and any other person or persons, having an interest in the subject matter of the hearing.
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