Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Employee"

The meaning of "Employee" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Why don't we get the employees mobile phones? In this sentence what does "employees mobile phones mean? mean?
A: This sentence means: Why don't we get mobile phones for the employees? The wording is a little confusing... it may be easier to understand if you replace "the employees" with "them": "Why don't we get them mobile phones?"
Q: What does prospective employee mean?
A: A prosepctive employee is someone who is not yet an employee, but wants to be.
Q: What does The employee agrees and acknowledges that his remuneration has been set at a level to compensate him for working reasonable additional hours. mean?
A: If I am understanding it correctly, it is saying the "overtime pay" is already included in your salary, which is fixed to a certain amount of money. With the fixed salary, you are expected to work reasonable additional hours.
Q: What does the employee was fired after refusing to do what the manager asked mean?
A: the worker are fired because not doing what the manager asked
Q: What does so as the older employees retired from higher positions,it was never jones who was promoted . I don't know "so as" mean?
A: here, it sort of means 'since'.

Example sentences using "Employee"

Q: Please show me example sentences with employee.
A: He is a good employee. We need another employee to help with the new store. The worst employee is a lazy employee.
Q: Please show me example sentences with employee.
A: “I kindly asked the employee for a napkin.” “I tipped the employees extra today.” “The employees seemed to have an attitude.” “My mom paid her employees more today with a bonus.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with i have been employee of this company since 2010?.
A: employee > an employee I have been an employee of this company since 2010.
Q: Please show me example sentences with employees.
A: @fifikao: "All my employees are great"

Synonyms of "Employee" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between employees at a store and employees in a store ?
A: in/at are prepositions, in is saying that you are inside. also in is used to be more specific. exp: the employees at the store eat in the cafeteria
Q: What is the difference between temporary employee and contingent employee ?
A: temporary employee = 短期社員 ex.バイトとか contingent employee = フリーランスなど正社員じゃなくてプロジェクトごとに雇われる人物
Q: What is the difference between self-employed and employee and employed ?
A: self employed means you open your own business which you manage and do by yourself. An employee is a person who works for another. Employed is when you were hired by somebody to work for them
Q: What is the difference between If we watch an employee stealing, they are given a verbal warning. and If we watch an employee stealing, they will be given a verbal warning. ?
A: First of all it's not so correct to use to verb "Watch" in this case, but I assume the main point is at "are given" and "will be given. When the first one is used it means this kind of event has had happened before. But when the second one is used it's more like it's in the rules but the event hasn't taken place so far or does not happen so frequently.
Q: What is the difference between An ex employee and A former employee ?
A: There's no difference. However, you won't really hear "ex-employee". "Former employee" is more common.

Translations of "Employee"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employee, refugee, bacteria
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Two new employees confirmed their presence on Monday. Could you please let me know from when till when would be they working their first day?
A: Two new employees confirmed their presence on Monday. Could you please let me know from when till when would THEY BE working their first day?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employee
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employees
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Other questions about "Employee"

Q: A new employee has a training for ten days. does this sound natural?
A: to put it plainly: there is a 10-day training period for the employees.
Q: "employee trainee cigarette cassette unique boutique" does this sound natural?
A: I think one suggestion is to distinguish and practice difference between "s" and "sh" sounds, especially when followed by an "i" or "e." Like to distinguish between "see" and "she," "sin" and "shin." Japanese language doesn't have the "si" combination, and closest sound is "shi" し. Hope that helps.
Q: Just having foreign employees doesn't mean the company is global. does this sound natural?
A: It's OK. But, in this case, don't use "just". Use "simply" or "merely". "Simply having foreign employees does not mean the company is global" or "Merely having foreign employees does not mean the company is global" or even "The mere fact that a company has foreign employees, does not make it a global one"
Q: There are many employees worrying about the cost. There are many employees worried about the cost. does this sound natural?
A: Both are correct. But the second one is more appropriate in most cases
Q: “For federal employees, employee counts are the on-board "head count" as of the end of the report...
A: Federal employees = Those who work for the government Employee counts = Number of people who work in a given department On-board = Currently working Head count = The number of people (named for the practice of counting "heads" when people are sitting, such as a teacher counting how many of her students' heads are visible as she walks up and down the aisle) Report period = The time over which the report is being generated. So it roughly translates to: "For those who work for the government, the way we report the number of people working in each department is to count the number of people who are currently working at the end of the time we are analyzing." In other words, if the report period runs from January 1 to May 31: January 1: The department has 100 employees January 16: One person is fired February 4: One person is moved to another department March 16: One new person is hired April 3: One person quits May 9: Someone is promoted out of the department May 29: Another new person is hired May 31: The department has 98 employees Then the number reported is 98 because that is the "head count" at the end of the report period.

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