Definition of staffer
: a member of a staff (as of a newspaper)
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Two former congressional staffers have been indicted for distributing nude photos and videos of an unnamed House member through social media.
George Baker, a staffer on the commission and a former boss of EMP research at the Pentagon’s Defence Threat Reduction Agency, says that critical military systems have been EMP-proofed.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon was disappointed to learn that many of his former Rays coaches and staffers planned to pass up a dinner invitation to spend Monday's off day with local relatives.
Female White House staffers earn only 80% of their male colleagues' salaries, according to CNN's analysis of new White House salary data.
The plan gives the Department of Corrections $3.2 million to hire records staffers and beef up its IT systems in the wake of a long-running mistaken release of prisoners.
But a few weeks later, one of his staffers reached out to a man who hadn’t been to services lately, and discovered that the sermon had driven him away.
Feb. 13- Trip to Guntersville for education visit; Bentley, protection officer, four staffers on board.
Last September, a few weeks after the $3.3 billion acquisition, staffers gathered in Jet’s purple-themed headquarters, with...
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: a member of a staff
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