agency worker a worker whose services are hired through a third party, the agent – a common feature of modern employment practices is employment agencies that have a data base of workers with different skills that they will then provide assignments with employers who want workers with these skills on a temporary basis

antenatal care appointments with health professionals during pregnancy

apprentice a person learning a trade

arbitration a means of resolving a legal dispute without going to court where the parties agree to be bound by the arbitrator’s decision

artificer a craftsman

belief any religious or philosophical belief including lack of belief

benefits in kind forms of remuneration which are other than wages and which are generally ...

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