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派遣社員 vs. 請負社員

English translation: temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)

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Japanese term or phrase:派遣社員 vs. 請負社員
English translation:temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)
Entered by: Leochan
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04:07 Oct 30, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Manufacturing / 教育訓練
Japanese term or phrase: 派遣社員 vs. 請負社員
以前、「非正規労働者」という表現で、質問がありましたが、
その中でも、現在の製造業で大きな割合を占めるのが、
「派遣社員」と「請負社員」です。
派遣社員は派遣会社に雇用され、派遣先企業に派遣されてくる人達で、指揮命令は、雇用した派遣会社ではなく、派遣先企業が行います。
請負社員は、請負会社に雇用され、請負会社が請け負った業務を行うために働く人達で、指揮命令は雇用した請負会社が行います。
この人達への「教育訓練」についての文書なので、
両者を明確に訳し別ける必要があります。
それぞれの英訳についてアドバイスよろしくお願いします。
Leochan
Local time: 21:29
temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)
Explanation:
temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)

This is how we call them at the company I work at. Generally the temporary workers are on shorter assignments lasting a few days or weeks; the contract workers are usually assigned for anywhere between 1-12 months.

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Note added at 11 mins (2007-10-30 04:18:29 GMT)
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your definition for contract workers may also be sometimes covered under outsourcing arrangements. these workers would be called outsourced workers.
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Kurt Hammond
United States
Local time: 05:29
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Kurtさん、お答えありがとうございました。派遣社員とは言え、社員と同等に仕事している人多いですね。うちでは、請負社員は、製造のラインや製品検査の仕事をしている人が多いです。
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4 +3temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)
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temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)


Explanation:
temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)

This is how we call them at the company I work at. Generally the temporary workers are on shorter assignments lasting a few days or weeks; the contract workers are usually assigned for anywhere between 1-12 months.

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Note added at 11 mins (2007-10-30 04:18:29 GMT)
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your definition for contract workers may also be sometimes covered under outsourcing arrangements. these workers would be called outsourced workers.

Kurt Hammond
United States
Local time: 05:29
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 24
Grading comment
Kurtさん、お答えありがとうございました。派遣社員とは言え、社員と同等に仕事している人多いですね。うちでは、請負社員は、製造のラインや製品検査の仕事をしている人が多いです。

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Can Altinbay
7 hrs

agree  Yuki Okada: 私が前いた会社でもこういう風に分けていたと思います。TempのほうはManpowerなどの会社に雇われて派遣される人で何年もいる人もいました。主に工場労働者で、正社員になった人もあります。Contractorは主に個人的に契約を結んでいる人で、大体技術者でした。
7 hrs

agree  xxxDerek Newpor
10 hrs
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Nov 2, 2007 - Changes made by Leochan:
Edited KOG entry<a href="/profile/712865">Leochan's</a> old entry - "派遣社員 vs. 請負社員" » "temporary workers (or temporary staff) versus contract workers (or contractors)"


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