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homework

1. school work done out of lessons, esp at home
2. any preparatory study
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Should be aware, of course, was the operative phrase: "Employers should exercise reasonable diligence to identify in advance the possible hazards associated with particular home work assignments, and should provide the necessary protection through training, personal protective equipment, or other controls appropriate to reduce or eliminate the hazard.
For certified nursing assistants, who are generally entry-level workers without formal education beyond high school and who might have language or literacy barriers, nursing home work is perceived as even less attractive.
Competitive market tensions led the company to retain its home work system which, though largely beneficial to both company and community, contained potential for abuse.
Comparisons between community systems showed a tendency for union employees to have obtained a higher level of education (95% union employees had more than a high school education versus 59% for non-union), more prior residential group home work experience with the developmentally disabled (60% for union versus 32% for non-union) and more work experience at their current residence than did non-union employees (84% of union employees had 6 or more months at their current residence versus 53% for non-union).
But in fact, industrial home work is becoming to today's rural ghettos what sweatshops were to the immigrant tenements in the first half of this century: an opportunity to exploit a mostly female work force, one characterized by low wages, unsafe working conditions and little or no government regulation.
At first glance, Home Work may appear to focus on 1960s- and '70s-inspired buildings, but a closer look reveals much more.
Goes from strength to strength and is fancied to relish the step up to a mile and a quarter after some further sterling home work.
Likewise, in a July 30 editorial The New York Times endorsed the lifting of restrictions on home work, saying it "would make working easier for people who care for children.
Since commute times are inversely related to the opportunity to home work, the UK appears to have the greatest need of all the countries surveyed to offer the facility - with 88 per cent of UK respondents agreeing it would improve employees' work-life balance.
Since commute times are related to the opportunity to home work, the UK appears to have the greatest need of all the countries surveyed to offer the facility to employees.
Definite improvement in home work since promising debut when placed in a Goodwood maiden, and strongly fancied to score this time.
It shows a beautiful picture of a bonsai tree with the caption stating ``Decorating touches such as bonsai trees can make an office or home work space more personal.