Labor relations have always attracted increased attention from both scientists and ordinary people. At first glance, the differences between an employee and an employee are of a purely technical nature and in no way affect the legal status of a person. However, upon closer examination of the issue, a certain difference becomes noticeable.
Employee - a person who carries out official duties together with someone in the performance of assigned tasks. This work can be paid (researcher) or be free of charge (in rare cases). The concept is for the most part colloquial and is not enshrined in legal acts.
An employee is a subject of labor legal relations who has entered into an agreement with an employer on the terms determined by legislation and local regulations. A person has certain rights, as well as a range of official duties, failure to comply with which entails disciplinary liability.
In the literature and colloquial speech, not every employee is called an employee. This primarily applies to employees of government agencies, as well as scientists. An employee is a labor law concept that refers to any person with whom an employment contract has been concluded. Employee is a colloquial word, which also refers to those people who help the organization on a voluntary basis. The employee always receives payment for his work, the minimum amount of which is established by law.
- Vol. The concept of "employee" is broader and includes the category "employee".
- Legality. The concept of "employee" is enshrined in the Labor Code, while the concept of "employee" is used only in colloquial speech.
- Relativity. An employee is any person performing labor duties, an employee is a subject of legal relations that belongs to a specific business entity.
- Payment. The employee always receives money for his work. An employee can perform duties on a voluntary basis or for a nominal fee.