a position concerning the people as a whole
- He has at last retired from public office.
- They vote in secret, may seek public office, and may demand the removal of public officials who behave improperly.
- Millionaires have an easier time getting elected to public office than the average person.
- Businesses often have a list of 5-10 'mission statements' featured in their brochures, on their websites or hanging in their office detailing the values they hold as a form of communication to their employees, their clients and the public.
- Main Customs Office (public)
- Office of the District Public Prosecutor
- Candidacy for public or political office
- Registration at a public employment office
- Contacted public employment office to find work
- Waiting for a call from a public employment office
- in Cyprus : Public Employment services (any district Labour Office);
- Active or passive corruption of a civil servant, a person holding public office or public authority
- telephone calls from a private line or from a public line (public telephone box, post office cabin, etc.),
- A member of temporary staff who intends to stand for public office shall notify the AACC.
- Involvement of the public employment office at any moment in finding the present job