If a new person joins our firm, should we use the word "joinee" or "joiner"? As I can see there is no word "joinee" in dictionary.
And joiner says:
- a person who constructs the wooden components of a building, such as stairs, doors, and door and window frames.
- informal a person who readily joins groups or campaigns: a compulsive joiner of revolutionary movements.
As second definition says, informal and I have been using "joinee" for years.
So I would like to clarify my doubts regarding usage of these 2 words correctly.