nonlabour

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nonlabour

(ˌnɒnˈleɪbə) or

nonlabor

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not relating to or concerned with work
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1 million annually by focusing on five areas, including nonlabor expenses and its physician practice management.
In general, married women's labor supply is found to be positively related to own wages, negatively related to spouse wages and nonlabor income, and negatively related to the presence of children, particularly young children, in the household.
About half of the decline among men can be explained by declines in wage rates and by changes in nonlabor income and family structure, but the decline among women is more difficult to explain and requires distinguishing between married and unmarried women and between those with and without children, as these subgroups have experienced quite different wage and employment trends.
Include labor expenses of wages, payroll taxes and benefits, including Social Security, Medicare, state and federal unemployment taxes, workers' compensation insurance, health insurance and retirement plans; nonlabor expenses, including rent, utilities, supplies, equipment maintenance and business insurance; startup expenses, including license and legal fees, remodeling, advertising and promotions; and projected cash flow.
We find that between 1973 and 2008 family income volatility rose by 38 percent, primarily as a result of higher volatility of husbands earnings and non means-tested nonlabor income.
We describe a simple model to demonstrate that the effects of wage and nonlabor income on labor supply typically differ by location.
The big news in June was that Quebec virtually doubled its fiscal incentives, and then the province of Ontario also announced it will rebate a percentage of nonlabor spends (see main story, at right).
Food service, in many cases, is half of your nonlabor supply expenses.
An average of $2 out of every $100 Americans spend goes to transaction fees, and for many businesses, transaction fees are now their highest nonlabor cost, growing even faster than health care costs.
Its two business segments focus on revenue-cycle management and nonlabor expense management.
presumptively classified as single entities in nonlabor matters.