Permanent employment

lifetime employmentpermanent employeesDirectpermanentdirectly employedlife-time employmentlifetimelifetime" employment systempermanencypermanent employed
Permanent employees, regular employees or the directly employed, work for an employer and are paid directly by that employer.wikipedia
49 Related Articles

Temporary work

temptemporarygig economy
Temporary work
In some instances, temporary workers receive benefits (such as health insurance), but usually benefits are only given to permanent employees as a cost-cutting measure by the employer to save money.

Presenteeism

Presenteeism
Temporary and permanent employment are often considered when examining the antecedents of presenteeism.

Simultaneous recruiting of new graduates

enters a company after graduating collegeoffer
Simultaneous recruiting of new graduates (Japan)
Nagoya University professor Mitsuru Wakabayashi has stated, "If this custom is joined to permanent employment, it produces closed markets of employment, where outplacement is hard, and the employees tend to obey any and all unreasonable demands made by their companies so as not to be fired.".

Fixed-term employment contract

fixed-term contractfixed-termCDD
Fixed-term contract
Permanent employment

Up or out

either awarded tenure, or dismissed from the universityeither tenured or dismissed from the universityservice limitations
Up or out
Lifetime employment

Employment

employeeemployeremployees
Permanent employees, regular employees or the directly employed, work for an employer and are paid directly by that employer.

401(k)

401k401(k) plan401(k) plans
In addition to their wages, they often receive benefits like subsidized health care, paid vacations, holidays, sick time, or contributions to a 401(k) retirement plan.

Public sector

publicpublic-sectorpublic employee
In the private sector, with the notable exception of academic tenure, such jobs are rare; permanent employment is far more common in the public sector, where it is often used to strengthen civil service independence from politicians.

Partner (business rank)

partnermanaging partnersenior partner
Partner at a law firm

Academic tenure

tenuretenuredtenure-track
In the private sector, with the notable exception of academic tenure, such jobs are rare; permanent employment is far more common in the public sector, where it is often used to strengthen civil service independence from politicians. Tenure of a senior academic

Academy

academicacademiaacademics
Tenure of a senior academic

Civil service

civil servantpublic servantcivil servants
Civil service employees, e.g. Beamte in Germany

Beamter

BeamteBeamtenCivil servant
Civil service employees, e.g. Beamte in Germany

Zaibatsu

corporationbig businessesbusiness conglomerates in Japan
However, as the government started to take control of Zaibatsu, Japanese conglomerates, shareholders had difficulty in exerting their influence to them.

Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers

American occupation authoritiesSCAPGHQ
In the enforcement of occupation policies GHQ dissolved Zaibatsu and emerging labor unions had started to claim for a higher standard of benefit.

Travel visa

visavisasHenley Passport Index
Business visa, for engaging in commerce in the country. These visas generally preclude permanent employment, for which a work visa would be required.

Permatemp

contractor personnelcontractors
The word is a portmanteau of the words permanent and temporary.

The Absent-Minded Beggar

Many, if not all, of the men thus mobilised were ex-soldiers in permanent employment for whom returning to military duty meant a significant cut in their income.

Archibald Stewart

Active in the early labour movement, he struggled to find permanent employment after being placed on an employers' blacklist.

Social mobility in Japan

Japan achieved the high employment rate among developed countries as well as established a relatively equal class structure due to the rapid economy growth as well as its life-time employment system, progressive tax policies, and social security policies.

Svea Life Guards

Life GuardsGuards Regimentcorps of Drabants
Svea Life Guards was an enlisted regiment and its staff, which was stationed in the barracks at Fredrikshov, was permanently employed.

Cart (film)

CartCart'' (film)
Sun-hee is a model employee who works diligently in the belief that once she gets promoted as a regular worker, she'll be able to provide more for her children.

The Queen of Office

Jang Gyu-jik works in the upper management of Y-Jang Food Company (his name is a pun on jung gyu-jik, the Korean phrase for permanent employee). He finished his MBA in the United States, then returned to Korea. Upbeat and energetic and armed with professionalism and good work ethics, Gyu-jik is strongly devoted to his company, and puts everything on the line for his work. But he treats temps dismissively, thinking they only exist to assist regular employees with menial chores. Hot-headed and with a rather childish mentality, Gyu-jik keeps attempting to humiliate Miss Kim, but he is frequently stymied by her unexpected reactions. Gyu-jik and Miss Kim engage in numerous conflicts and confrontations, but gradually feelings of respect and love grow between them, two seemingly incompatible people.

Japan

🇯🇵JPNJapanese
The Japanese variant of capitalism has many distinct features: keiretsu enterprises are influential, and lifetime employment and seniority-based career advancement are relatively common in the Japanese work environment.