at work

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Having good relationships at work was so important to Greta and other women that they put up with low status and unprofessional treatment in order to maintain peace.
The truth is that most employees with access to the Internet (that is, office-based knowledge workers) are putting in hours at work that exceed the standard 40-hour workweek.
I take on more and more at work because no one will do it.
I was at work and answering calls and yet I could still change his diapers and feed him and show him off during lunch,'' said Jo Anna Durbin, a secretary to one of the senior partners, who has brought all three of her children to work for the six-month period, including her youngest, 6- month-old Timothy.
Everley, "Shift Work and Health," Health and Safety at Work, September 1992, 40-41.
Although there are occasional references to physical proximity at work that defiled young working women, the metaphors are of vague contagions rather than direct physical contact.
NEW YORK -- Millions of working fathers and mothers are less productive at work due to concerns about what their children are doing in the after-school hours, according to a new study released today by Catalyst, the leading nonprofit research and advisory organization working to build inclusive environments and expand opportunities for women at work.
The fearful counselor had her concerns discounted at work and, after three months of anxiety and depression, confided to a friend.
People are spending more and more time at work, often out of fear.
orientation and mobility techniques used at work for community travel.