When a job advert ends in ‘Employment Discrimination’

A job advert that ends with “Employment discrimination” is not a job, it’s an advert for a job.

But if you’ve been looking for a new job, or you just want to get started, here’s how to find one.

When the advert ends with an employer’s name, the job is advertised in the “other” category.

“Employee discrimination” means a job has been advertised and an applicant has been rejected by the employer.

There is a small fee to the employer to settle the dispute and to have the job advertised and accepted.

This is the same fee the person who was advertised had to pay.

“Job vacancy” means that an employee has been laid off or has retired, but the job still exists, and an offer is still being made to the employee.

“Application for job” means you are applying for a particular job.

This can include job seekers who are applying to a particular position or job, as well as people who have already been applying for jobs.

“Company” means an organisation that has been granted a licence for the provision of an employer-related service or to engage in the provision or operation of a company-related business.

The word “Company”.

“Contract” means the contract between two or more people.

It includes any contract for the payment of money or goods, or any contract which sets out a period of time for payment.

A contract may be an employment contract or an employment arrangement, or a contract for payment of compensation.

“Discharge” means any of the following: an employee who has quit the company or who has been discharged, or who is retiring from the company; a person who has ceased to work for the company.

“Deputy” means someone who is the principal officer of a corporation.

“Division” means: the whole of a division, including any sub-divisions, and any subordinate divisions; or any division or divisional division within a division.

“Electronic document” means either: an electronic record; or a document which is generated electronically and which can be electronically manipulated.

“Exchange” means to exchange money or services for goods or services.

“Fraudulent” means dishonestly or intentionally: forgery; deceit; or forgery, cheating or other breach of the law; or fraud or deceit which involves a breach of trust, a breach by the person or any person acting on behalf of the person.

“General” means all of the above.

“Goods” means goods which are: items of clothing, footwear, or other articles; personal property (other than goods); services (other then food, lodging, accommodation or transportation); financial instruments; and services which are provided by a person.

They also include any goods which can reasonably be regarded as a means of payment.

“Hospitality” means anything which is provided or designed to be provided to an individual for compensation or remuneration, including anything provided or intended to be offered for consumption by the individual.

“Industry” means of a commercial nature: any enterprise in the production, manufacturing, importation, import and export of goods or of any combination of the two; and any establishment or premises which are used or designed for use as a factory, factory assembly, factory operation, workshop, or office.

“Independent contractor” means one or more individuals who are paid for their own services but who are not employees of an enterprise or of a body corporate.

“Loan” means money, or goods or a service which can fairly be regarded in its terms and conditions as money or a similar thing.

“Licence” means permission to engage or engage in a particular business, or to do any of its acts, which is granted by the State or a political subdivision of the State.

“Material” means books, records, papers, letters, photographs, audio or video recordings, or computer software, or data.

“Misconduct” means behaviour that breaches a code of conduct, which may include any of these: dishonestly making, obtaining or failing to provide false or misleading information; engaging in conduct that is likely to be dishonest or to have an adverse effect on a business; or engaging in a conduct that may be unfair or unlawful.

“Miscellaneous” means other things, such as money, food, drink, or entertainment.

“Not suitable” means not suitable for use or occupancy or suitable for being carried on or held, whether or not it is for sale.

“Non-working” means having no employment.

“Offence” has the meaning given to it in the Act.

“Overseas employment” means working abroad.

“Occupation” means work or occupation which is generally considered to be useful to a person’s family, community or society.

“Particular circumstances” mean any of those which are described in the Australian Capital Territory Employment (Oversea Employment) Act 1959 (which provides for the making of applications for employment).

“Pay” means wages, salaries, allowances,