Dinan returned at this juncture, and in reply to a question, ordered his employe to hitch up the white horse.
An employe recovers his wages from his employer for his services rendered.
For the employe there is nothing better to possess than double equipment, by which we mean the ability to do two things well.
The employer and employe must realize that each must make profit.
First: Shall we prepare a bill that is compulsory upon the part of the employer and optional as to the employe?
The matter of associates is most important for the business man or employe to consider.
If after the employe strikes a balance each day, he finds that he is moving forward, then he is on the road to success.
It seems to me there ought to be work for a man who is able and willing to be an employe.
Have every employe pulling on the same center tugs and have them all face forward, and your vehicle will move forward.
The right of the employe to work or not to work with non-union men.
"person employed," 1834, from French employé (fem. employée), noun use of past participle of employer (see employ).