QEMG (Qatar Electro Mechanical Group Al-Mana)
Employer An employer is a person or organization that hires people to perform work in exchange for compensation, which is usually money in the form of wages or a salary. Most countries have legislation governing relationships between employers and the people they hire, setting out the rights and responsibilities of each. An employer can be any entity from an individual hiring a babysitter to a government body or business hiring thousands of specialized professionals. In most developed nations, governments are the largest single employers although most workers are employed in small and medium businesses in the private sector. Employers, whether individuals or organisations, maintain control over the productive base of capital and of any intellectual property created by their workers as part of their job based on the concept of "works for hire".  Employee An employee contributes labor and expertise to an endeavor of an employer and is usually hired to perform specific duties which are packaged into a job. In most modern economies, the term "employee" refers to a specific defined relationship between an individual and a corporation, which differs from those of customer or client. Other types of employment are arrangements such as indenturing which is now highly unusual in developed nations but still happens elsewhere.  The employer-worker relationship An employer's level of power over its workers is dependent upon numerous factors, the most influential being the nature of the contractual relationship between the two. This relationship is affected by three significant factors: interests, control and motivation. It is generally considered the employers' responsibility to manage and balance these factors in a way that enables a harmonious and productive working relationship. Employer and managerial control within an organization rests at many levels and has important implications for staff and productivity alike, with control forming the fundamental link between desired outcomes and actual processes. Employers must balance interests such as decreasing wage constraints with a maximization of labour productivity in order to achieve a profitable and productive employment relationship.  Finding employees/employment The main ways for employers to find workers and for people to find employers are via jobs listings in newspapers and online, also called jobs boards. Employers and job seekers also often find each other via professional recruitment consultants which receive a commission from the employer to find, screen and select suitable candidates.
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