Employee includes:
(a) a person employed at the facility;

(b) an owner who performs work on site at the facility; and
(c) a person who performs work on site at the facility on a routine basis that is related to the normal operations of the facility, for the period of time the person is performing that work, such as contractors.

See also:
"Employee" is in the NAICS Code "4854"
School and Employee Bus Transportation

"Employee" is in the UNSPSC Code "80121705"
Employee benefits law services

- 87247/2006-09-17

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Full-time employee equivalent (Full-time employee equivalent means the unit ...)

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