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    Hi, how would you translate "trabajador dependiente"?

    "Fecha en la cual el trabajador toma el status de Trabajador Dependiente"

    I have no more context...the text is related to insurance companies..

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    I would translate it as employee. Here is a website from Chile that defines trabajador dependiente as opposed to trabajador indipendiente, a self employer worker or contractor.

    http://www.paritarios.cl/actualidad_...el_trabajo.htm

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    Default Re: empleado dependiente

    In addiiton to Joel's explanaition I would also say that it refers to the date on which the worker begins a a labor relationship/ enters into a labor agreement work (in Spansh is called relación de dependencia) with the employer.

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