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English translation: salaried employees

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Spanish term or phrase:empleado 100% efectivo
English translation:salaried employees
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17:16 Mar 6, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
Spanish term or phrase: empleado 100% efectivo
si los tuviera 100 % como efectivos el costo sera mucho mayor
vivi
salaried employees
Explanation:
If all employees were hired on a salary basis costs would be much higher.

empleado 100% efectivo means that the employee is not working under any kind of temporary or hourly contract, but that he/she is working permanently. The could actually work part-time or full-time, so I would avoid referring to the quantity of hours and opt for the "salaried employee" option.

Cheers,

julie
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Summary of answers provided
na100% effective employee. If I would have 100% effective employees, the cost could be a lot higher.vlr
naIf they were full-time employees, the cost would be much higher.Cecilia Cantor
nafull timers, full-time workers, full-time-employeesFuad Yahya
nasalaried employeesscalesj
nafull-time employee (100% effective)xxxOso


  

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14 mins
full-time employee (100% effective)


Explanation:
"If my employees were full-time workers, it would be a higher cost."

It's my suggestion.

Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)

xxxOso
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1 hr
salaried employees


Explanation:
If all employees were hired on a salary basis costs would be much higher.

empleado 100% efectivo means that the employee is not working under any kind of temporary or hourly contract, but that he/she is working permanently. The could actually work part-time or full-time, so I would avoid referring to the quantity of hours and opt for the "salaried employee" option.

Cheers,

julie


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scalesj
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xxxOso
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2 hrs
full timers, full-time workers, full-time-employees


Explanation:
If they all were full timers, it would cost a lot more.

or: If they all were full-time workers, it would cost a lot more.

or: If they all worked full time, it would cost a lot more.


Fuad

Fuad Yahya
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3 hrs
If they were full-time employees, the cost would be much higher.


Explanation:
Just a suggestion.
Good luck!

Cecilia Cantor
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23 hrs
100% effective employee. If I would have 100% effective employees, the cost could be a lot higher.


Explanation:
Having 100% cost effective employees means higher salary.

vlr

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Feb 3, 2006 - Changes made by Fuad Yahya:
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Feb 3, 2006 - Changes made by Fuad Yahya:
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