who-does-what

who-does-what

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (of a dispute, strike, etc) relating to the separation of kinds of work performed by different trade unions
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This document defined the nitty-gritty, who-does-what of the partnership.
In a reference to the scepticism of many Labour MPs on more powers for the Assembly, he said, 'We don't want this to be a who-does-what dispute between us and MPs.
Some Welsh Labour MPs at Westminster are already opposed to the extension of powers to Cardiff,but Mr Morgan said: ``We don't want this to be a who-does-what dispute between us and MPs.
The couples tended to describe the who-does-what of life as if it had happened to them, as if they didn't have very much to do with it.
In the end, it's the niggly, responsible, who-does-what preparation that goes into a wedding that prepares you for marriage, rather than the one day of froth and frills.
LIKE dogs fighting over a bone, the Scottish and UK agriculture ministers squabble over who-does-what.
Now Mr Greenspan wants Congress to scrap the entire legislative structure and release the immense competitive force of American financial services across the world without having to fuss about who-does-what legalities at home.
I've been really impressed with the amount of knowledge they have about what is going on in their neighborhoods and who-does-what.
Reid is "angry and bitter" that he has been dragged into a who-does-what squabble with false claims of a widening rift.