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  • adjective Not a member of management


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non- +‎ management


  • "We hope it becomes characterized as a nonmanagement fee."

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines -

  • Trevor Dean, a director of mortuary services at the Dover facility, voluntarily accepted a reduction in pay and a nonmanagement job.

    Military Lost Troops' Remains

  • But you know, you could get over that kind of nonmanagement.

    Is Cain Able?

  • The former deputy director, Quinton Keel, was also reduced in grade and given a nonmanagement job.

    Military Lost Troops' Remains

  • The cuts include a 30% reduction in executive jobs revealed earlier this month, and don't include nonmanagement positions, the company said.

    Bell Canada to Cut 2,500 Jobs

  • Nonprofits can also offer nonmanagement roles with less stress and flexibility, giving executives time to pursue hobbies outside of the workplace.

    Second Acts: Career Paths

  • People who decide that a nonmanagement role is the right fit for them then have the task of showcasing their credentials and convincing management that it's a good move.

    Go Your Own Way

  • Starbucks, which hasn't guaranteed full-time hours for nonmanagement store workers, is creating a full-time description that aims to give those employees at least 32 hours of work a week.

    Starbucks Is Extending Shifts for Baristas

  • Source: WSJ reporting Formal Approach Such advancement is more straightforward at a company that has a formal nonmanagement track.

    Go Your Own Way

  • At the date of the filing last month, only Mr. Martin, Mr. Puleo and H.ward H. Newman hadn't met that threshold among nonmanagement directors.

    Sallie Mae Officials Bought Stock


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