nonlabour

nonlabour

(ˌnɒnˈleɪbə) or

nonlabor

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not relating to or concerned with work
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I CONGRATULATE Kirsty Williams AM on her appointment as the first nonLabour Education Minister/ Secretary after 17 years of Labour leadership at our assembly.
Hence we avoid using variables related to wage income or even proxy of nonlabour income for we cannot identify clearly how the household acquired that wealth in our data set and therefore the possibility of such proxies being related to wage incomes of family members cannot be ruled out and such proxies cannot be considered as exogenous.
Moreover, these considerations suggest an expectation that the process is subordinate to employers' nonlabour business concerns.
For empirical documentation regarding exclusion, consider the Canadian governments' Participation Activity Limitation Survey (PALS) (Statistics Canada 2001) which shows the combined unemployment, underemployment, and nonlabour force participation rate for "persons with disabilities" to be around 80 percent.
6) Consequently, increases in per capita income are strongly dependent on the evolution of nonlabour factors of production, ie, capital and total factor productivity (TFP), and on the contributions that these factors make to output.
Last night the 31, who include Welsh Labour MPs Llew Smith and Denzil Davies, were praised for their courage by Plaid Cymru MP Adam Price, who was one of nine nonLabour MPs who also signed the letter.
Mr Kennedy, the first nonLabour leader to address the TUC, said: 'Of course, we are not going to agree automatically with everything you say.
This new leadership has committed itself to a significant increase in resources for organising and outreach to build coalitions with nonlabour groupings.
Telles, "The absence of rights and the ill-defined nature of the labour relationship appear to shape a situation in which differences between labour and nonlabour are dissolved.