Definition of occupational in English:



  • Relating to a job or profession.

    ‘an occupational pension scheme’
    • ‘This will mean more family friendly policies and an occupational health service for primary care professionals.’
    • ‘This is due to the occupational helpline not getting in touch with their employer straight away.’
    • ‘However, the new product is expected to appeal to members of ordinary occupational schemes.’
    • ‘My wife and I have taken early retirement with occupational pensions.’
    • ‘And even then they were only aimed at limiting occupational exposure within the asbestos industry.’
    • ‘I am a member of an occupational pension scheme approved by the Inland Revenue.’
    • ‘Occupational asthma is the most common form of occupational lung disease in developed countries.’
    • ‘Every day I see employers breaching basic occupational health and safety guidelines.’
    • ‘As well as occupational health checks, staff are also offered blood pressure, cholesterol and urine checks.’
    • ‘Late papers mean occupational health and safety issues for newsagents as employers.’
    • ‘The fund will be bankrolled by levies on employers offering occupational pension schemes.’
    • ‘The rules cover most personal pension plans as well as preserved benefits from occupational pension schemes.’
    • ‘It seems every profession is rich with clever little occupational secrets.’
    • ‘Firstly, individual members of occupational pensions schemes do not have votes.’
    • ‘Acknowledged as an occupational disease, lead poisoning is a disabling illness.’
    • ‘No, you can leave it by choosing to take out an occupational pension or personal pension.’
    • ‘The government has just launched a scheme to sell occupational healthcare to the private sector.’
    • ‘Such occupational schemes come in two varieties: defined benefit and defined contribution.’
    • ‘The respiratory thing really does seem to be the occupational disease of magicians.’
    • ‘The scheme also involved bringing in an occupational health nurse to give on-the-spot advice.’
    job-related, work, professional, vocational, employment, business, career
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