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Associate vs. Employee : Who’s Who and What’s What? Posted on July 23, 2014 by TNS Consulting Team (via Scott Spayd) The HR Bartender, one of my favorite people, Sharlyn Lauby, asked everyone in Cyber, if they felt that the word “associate” should replace the word, “employee.” There is a poll and I voted not to replace employee with ...

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Associate vs Employee - What's the difference? associate | employee | As nouns the difference between associate and employee is that associate is a person united with another or others in an act, enterprise, or business; a partner or colleague while employee is an individual who provides labor to a company or another person.

fistfuloftalent.com/2016/09/employee-vs-associate-call...

Employee vs. Associate: What Should You Call Your People? Kris Dunn 09.06.2016 Communication, employee experience, Employee Relations, Kris Dunn. Capitalist Note – had someone lecture me about the need to call people “associates” last week. I like that tag fine, but I told them the story outlined below.

www.reference.com/business-finance/associate-employee...

An associate employee is another term for any employee of a business. The associate employee does the same job as an associate or an employee. Businesses can chose to call the people they hire by either term or both.

english.stackexchange.com/.../214467/associates-vs-employees

Associate is a "customer facing" term used to refer to an individual that is associated with the company and can assist the customer in some way. This is highlighted by the fact that some companies have associates who are not technically employees but rather vendors, contractors and other contingent staff.

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worker = employee employee = associate associate = team member ad nauseum cliffs: worker bees. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Over $68,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. Additional giveaways are planned.

www.hrbartender.com/.../want-called-employee-associate-poll

/ Do You Want To Be Called an Employee or Associate [poll] 0 | July 22, 2014. Do You Want To Be Called an Employee or Associate [poll] One of the core elements to a company’s culture is how they refer to the people who work there. Are they called “employees” or “associates”? Or maybe something else like Disney’s “cast member”?

www.dentistryiq.com/articles/2012/02/hiring-an-associate...

The associate does not provide similar services for any other dental office. The associate is bound to a practice handbook or other internal rules and standards. (This might even be called an “Employee Handbook”). The associate has certain “employment” benefits from the practice. The associate’s schedule is controlled by the practice.

work.chron.com/difference-between-associate-staff-level...

Separately, a few companies call all of their low-ranking employees “associates” instead of something like “workers” or “employees,” as a way to imply that they value these employees. Meanwhile, the word “staff” when it appears in corporate culture usually refers to an in-house employee as opposed to a temp worker or an ...

www.hrcapitalist.com/2015/10/employee-vs-associate.html

Employee vs. Associate: What Should You Call Your People? October 05, 2015. Capitalist Note - had someone lecture me about the need to call people "associates" last week. I like that tag fine, but I told them the story outlined below. On my mind, so I'm rerunning the post.