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under the treaty of Amsterdam, employment is now enshrined as one of the european Communitys objectives. A new title on employment (Title VIII) in the EC treaty states that employment is to be taken into consideration in other community policies. (See Immigration: Access to work)

EMPLOYMENT, offer OF - An offer by an employer to a prospective employee that specifies the terms of an employment arrangement.

employmentem*ploy"ment (?), n. 1. the act of employing or using; also, the state of being employed. 2. that which engages or occupies; that which consumes time or attention; office or post of business; service; as, agricultural employments; mechanical employments; public employments; in the employment of government. cares are employments, and without employ the soul is on a rack.


The act of employing or using; also, the state of being employed.  


That which engages or occupies; that which consumes time or attention; office or post of business; service; as, agricultural employments; mechanical employments; public employments; in the employment of government.  

Noun1. the state of being employed or having a job; "they are looking for employment"; "he was in the employ of the city" (synonym) employ (antonym) unemployment (hypernym) state2. the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work" (synonym) work (hypernym) occupation, business, job, line of work, line (hyponym) coaching, coaching job3. the act of giving someone a job (synonym) engagement (hypernym) action (hyponym) shape-up (derivation) hire, engage, employ4. the act of using; "he warned against the use of narcotic drugs"; "skilled in the utilization of computers" (synonym) use, usage, utilization, utilisation, exercise (hypernym) activity (hyponym) practice (derivation) use, utilize, utilise, apply, employ


resources to gain employment

also as employment density; declines with distance from the central city.

the strategic, operational, or tactical use of forces. (JP 5-0)  

employment is one of the key concerns of the member States, given its high average level in the union (currently around 7.7%). following on from the 1993 white paper on Growth, competitiveness and Employment, the essen european council (9 and 10 december 1994) identified five priority areas for action to promote employment:•improving employment opportunities by promoting investment in vocational training; •increasing the employment-intensiveness of growth; •reducing non-wage labour costs; •increasing the effectiveness of labour-market policies; •improving help for groups which are particularly hard hit by unemployment. the council and the commission presented a joint report on the action taken on these five priorities at the dublin european council (13 and 14 december 1996).Similarly, the confidence pact for employment presented in june 1996 seeks to mobilise all the actors concerned in a genuine employment strategy, to make employment a matter of common interest at european level and incorporate the fight against unemployment into a medium and long-term vision of society.With the entry into force of the treaty of Amsterdam, employment is now enshrined as one of the european community's objectives. the community has been assigned the new responsibility of working towards a european strategy for employment together with the member States. To this end, a new title on employment (Title VIII) has been written into the EC Treaty, under which:•employment is to be taken into consideration in other community policies; •coordination mechanisms are to be established at community level (adoption each year by the council of guidelines on employment compatible with the broad economic policy guidelines, surveillance of their implementation in the member States, creation of an employment committee); •the possibility for the Council, acting by a qualified majority, to adopt incentive measures, including pilot projects and recommendations to member States, in the light of its annual review of their employment policies. An extraordinary summit on employment held in luxembourg on 21 november 1997 agreed that the european employment strategy should focus on four themes: employability, entrepreneurship, adaptability and equal opportunities. the member states then decided to bring forward to 1998 the application of the provisions on coordinating their employment policies.At the lisbon european summit in march 2000, the heads of state and government reached agreement on a new strategic goal for the union for the next decade: to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.To reach the target of full employment in the union by 2010 set by the lisbon european Council, the new communication on the future of the european employment Strategy, published in january 2003, established several priorities: to reduce the unemployment rate, to encourage women to enter the labour market, to encourage people who have reached retirement age to stay in employment, to promote lifelong learning, to promote entrepreneurship, and to combat undeclared work.See:•Competitiveness•Education, vocational training and youth•Employment Committee •European employment strategy (EES)•Intergovernmental conference (IGC) 

Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. An employee may be defined as: "A person in the service of another under any contract of hire, express or implied, oral or written, where the employer has the power or right to control and direct the employee in the material details of how the work is to be performed." Black's law Dictionary page 471 (5th ed. 1979).


this is not an auspicious dream. It implies depression in business circles and loss of employment to wage earners. It also denotes bodily illness. To dream of being out of work, denotes that you will have no fear, as you are always sought out for your conscientious fulfilment of contracts, which make you a desired help. giving employment to others, indicates loss for yourself. all dreams of this nature may be interpreted as the above.  

total employment in each manufacturing facility, including total manufacturing employees, total support staff, and total engineering/R&D staff. average number of workers employed by an establishment during the year. production workers relate to the average number actually engaged in the manufacturing process. administrative and non-manufacturing includes employees at head offices and sales offices.

often referred to as total compensation cost (see Total Compensation). the national compensation survey program publishes data on trends in employment costs, including quarterly and annual percent changes in labor cost (Employment cost Index) and employer costs per hour worked for each component of compensation (Employer cost for employee Compensation).

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