place of employment


place of employment
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  • place of employment — Within the safe place statutes, a place where active work, either temporary or permanent, is being conducted in connection with a business for profit; that is, where some process or operation related to such industry, trade or business is carried …   Black's law dictionary

  • employment — em·ploy·ment n 1: an activity or service performed for another esp. for compensation or as an occupation 2: the act of employing: the state of being employed Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

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  • place — 1. old form of the word pleas. Thus the Court of Common Pleas was sometimes called the Court of Common Place. 2. noun This word is a very indefinite term. It is applied to any locality, limited by boundaries, however large or however small. It… …   Black's law dictionary

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