Definitions

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  • adj. Not of pertaining to labor.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ labor

Examples

  • For the past decade, the carriers have been trying to boost productivity and cut nonlabor costs and lately have been reducing the number of flights and seats available.

    Pilots Take to the Streets

  • TheStreet. com said it was evaluating additional nonlabor-related costs.

    TheStreet.com Cuts Work Force by 6%

  • Because many people live in households with other earners or have nonlabor income including, for example, unemployment insurance or interest income that may mitigate or exacerbate the economic effect of any changes in his or her own earnings, CBO extended its work on variability in individual earnings to include an analysis of variability in household income.

    Director's Blog » Blog Archive » Income and earnings variability

  • Although negotiations are held in secret, the union can be expected to raise both the issue of concealed corporate profits and the issue of nonlabor costs of making vehicles, many of which are controlled by the companies.

    Auto giants have the money, workers say

  • Hospital Medicare payments are based on nearly 750 Medicare severity diagnosis related groups MS-DRGs, which incorporate a market basket update based upon labor and nonlabor costs.

  • The labor component includes a local wage index adjustment, while the nonlabor component includes annual changes to medical service price inflation.

  • But because it deducts paid dividends and other nonlabor expenses, it amounts to a tax on wages.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The two carriers also stand a greater chance of quickly and peacefully merging their unions, which would enable executives to focus on nonlabor cost cuts.

    TradingMarkets

  • Forty percent of executives say they cut costs in all categories: frontline and overhead labor, nonlabor and capital assets.

    Forbes.com: News

  • McKinsey estimates the typical CPU per month cost for 3 GHz dual-core Xeon Windows-based servers is $150 ($43 for nonlabor-related costs and $107 for labor related ones).

    SearchDataCenter: IT infrastructure news

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