- n.雇主，老板; 雇佣者;
- 复数: employers;
She decided to sue her employer for wrongful dismissal.
IBM has always been a paternalistic employer.
An employer can demand written certification that the relative is really ill.
He had been sent to Rome by his employer.
A senior official was stripped of all his privileges for publicly criticising his employer.
Scarlet with rage, she swept past her employer and stormed up the stairs.
When you have filled in the questionnaire, copy it and send the original to your employer.
Under law, your employer has the right to hire a temporary worker to replace you.
Her employer was in conference with two lawyers and did not want to be interrupted.
She could hardly expect her employer to provide her with testimonials to her character and ability.
The police force is committed to being an equal opportunities employer.
A good rule of thumb is that a broker must generate sales of ten times his salary if his employer is to make a profit.
Your former employer has to reply within 14 days in order to contest the case.
The company has proved to be a most benevolent employer.
His employer greeted him with an effusion of relief.
She is very virulent about her former employer.
His tightfisted employer was unwilling to give him a raise.
As a friend he is not bad, but as an employer, he is a pain in the neck.
作为朋友他不坏, 但作为雇主, 他是个讨厌的人.
She cherished a deep resentment under the rose towards her employer.
Eva went up to speak to her employer, but he brushed her off impatiently.
The employer reasoned from his opinion of the workers and decided to increase their pay.
She is out of favor with her employer.
My employer deducted ten pounds from my wages this week.
He was highly thought of by his employer.
His monthly salary is paid into the bank by his employer.
His employer had described him as lacking in initiative and drive.
My employer deducted a pound from my wages this week.
All the employees resign because the employer is too unreasonable.
An employer cannot afford to hire incapable workers.
Waiters should be paid by employers instead of customers.
But mostly, I hate tipping because I believe I would be in a better place if pay decisions regarding employees were simply left up to their employers, as is the custom in virtually every other industry.
Indeed, according to surveys, employers have expressed a preference for students who have received a broadly-based education that has taught them to write well, think critically, research creatively, and communicate easily.
What kind of job applicants do employers look for
Some businesses will benefit but the vast bulk of the savings will be captured by workers, not their employers.
Lying to employers and family about activities.
With a tax imposed on expensive health insurance plans, most employers will likely transfer money from health expenses into wages.
Economists project that most employers would shift money from expensive health benefits into wages.
The problem isn't the technology itself, but that the technology is being used to create more flexibility for the employer rather than the employee.
The prestige of the university influences employers' recruitment decisions.
Studying at university will only become less attractive if employers shift their focus away from where someone went to university--and there is no sign of that happening anytime soon.
In a competitive work environment, employers are able to use technology to demand more from their employees rather than motivating workers with flexibility that benefits them.
If employees respond quickly to their job assignments, the employer is likely to demand more from them.
Glimmers ( ' , 少许 ) of hope, however, are beginning to emerge in this bruising environment: Americans are becoming aware of the toll their jobs take on them, and employers are exploring ways to alleviate the harmful effects of stress and overwork.
Flexibility resulting from the use of digital devices benefits employers instead of employees.
According to Blau and Kahn,Swedish-style paternal(父亲的)leave policies and flexible time arrangements pose a second threat to woman's progress:they make employers cautious about hiring woman for full-time positions at all.
In Germany " she told me,"we have all the benefits,"but employers don't wan to hire us
Swedish employers are hesitant about hiring women for full-time positions because of the family-friendly policies.
Colleges, for their part, have since 1985 graduated fewer chemical, mechanical, industrial and metallurgical (冶金的) engineers, partly in response to the reduced role of manufacturing, a big employer of them.
It was the biggest employer of American workers
David Card, an economist at UC Berkeley, notes that the ones who profit most directly from immigrants' low-cost labor are businesses and employers – meatpacking plants in Nebraska, for instance, or agricultural businesses in California.
Employers still need to be persuaded that older workers are worth holding on to.
The reason why employers are unwilling to keep older workers is that younger workers are readily available
workers who bill or get paid by the hour, think employer and fast-food workers, report focusing more on pursuing more money than those who get paid by salary and the fact has been fast.
A latest study on the college job market showed that employers wanted to hire 22% fewer graduates this year than last.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 听力 原文
More broadly the Wakefield survey suggests that employers may be missing a low-cost way to give workers something of value.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（10月） 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
There had to be a complete change of attitude before they could look at the city as an employer who paid her citizens for doing her work.
2015年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. a person or firm that employs workers
1. 表动词,"反复做"; 2. 表名词,"……人或物品,机器"
业主 又称 :业主(owner )
标底 ’s estimate