or em·ploy·e, em·ploy·é
Origin of employee
Related formspre·em·ploy·ee, nounpro·em·ploy·ee, adjective
Examples from the Web for employee
Everyone—everyone who has never emailed a Sony employee, at least—relished the thought it was a “dictator move.”
In other words, a lot of money for anyone—let alone an employee otherwise earning just $24,300 a year.
It was from a former Railroad Commission employee who had gone to work for an oil and gas developer.
A Railroad Commission employee drove him 80 miles to his home in Freer.
Prosecutors say the two then promised that employee a $10,000 bonus, which was promptly paid.Obama’s Golf Buddy May Be a ‘Hostile Witness’ in Chicago Corruption Case|Ben Jacobs|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The amount of compensation paid to the employee may also have a bearing on the amount of skill the employer has a right to expect.Commercial Law|Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
A numbered check is given to the employee and a duplicate attached to the parcel.How Department Stores Are Carried On|W. B. Phillips
But the reason should always be given to the employee himself.The Book of Business Etiquette|Nella Henney
“Every employee except the top executives, of course,” Gusterson interrupted jeeringly.The Creature from Cleveland Depths|Fritz Reuter Leiber
Deck therefore came to the conclusion that he was an employee of the company.In The Saddle|Oliver Optic