white-collar worker

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white-collar worker

nimpiegato/a, colletto bianco
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She stated that out of the 1,200 workers she had interviewed, white-collar workers felt happiest when they had a 4-day holiday rather than a weekend off, according to UDN.
Though white-collar workers fare better than their blue-collar colleagues in terms of wages and work environment, they suffer from job insecurity, lack of social protection, and long working hours (without the benefit of overtime pay).
DETROIT Ford revealed details of its long-awaited restructuring plan Monday as it prepared for a future of electric and autonomous vehicles by parting ways with 7,000 white-collar workers worldwide, about 10% of its global salaried workforce.
Summary: Washington [USA], May 20 (ANI): American automaker company Ford will be laying off 7,000 white-collar workers as part of their austerity measures which will help the company save around 600 million US dollars a year.
'Labours are a true asset for any state as they pour their blood and sweat in the services of their nation; there should be no discrimination between blue-collar and white-collar workers when all are contributing genuinely to the goal of nation building,' a press release said.
General Motors will lay off 14,700 factory and white-collar workers in North America and put five plants up for possible closure as it restructures to cut costs and focus more on autonomous and electric vehicles.
There is a similar gap between white-collar workers (those working in largely salaried industries) and blue-collar workers (those working in industries largely composed of hourly wage earners) -- 51% vs.
AI is even starting to replace white-collar workers. (KT File)
It was also revealed there was a 16% jump in white-collar workers seeking new roles in May and a 6% rise compared to the same time last year.
He looks at management strategies with regard to both blue-collar and white-collar workers during the entire period, as well as high-tech and other skilled knowledge workers during the past few decades.
To conduct the study, researchers recruited white-collar workers from the University of Miami to participate in a pilot designed to increase workplace physical activity.
However, in Pakistan, the luxury of affording a day off to rest in commemoration of their work is only enjoyed by white-collar workers, office professionals and those employed in the secondary and tertiary sectors of the industry.