Definition of staffer
: a member of a staff (as of a newspaper)
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The GMB union separately on Friday called on British Airways to halt plans to outsource another 600 information-technology staffers.
Van Dyk said he has been told HMD plans to bring four administrative staffers from its current location in Chicago Ridge with it to the new site in Gary.
Its vision of politics is one of competence, in which everyone from junior staffers to presidents have veneers of poise that hide modern Machiavellis.
But Spicer isn’t the only White House staffer lavishing praise on Trump.
The paper was published earlier this month by three staffers of the Police Foundation in the CTC Sentinel, a publication of the Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point.
Having several aides share the briefing responsibilities could help prevent Trump -- who has a notoriously short attention span -- from growing bored or angry with any one staffer.
Meanwhile, emails show city staffers have been cobbling together various permits from different public agencies, such as county water and sewer, to show that Flagstone had its permits in place and began work in time to meet its deadlines.
Former Gov. Robert Bentley made the appointment while he was being investigated for using state resources to cover up an inappropriate relationship with a staffer.
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: a member of a staff
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