nonmanagement

nonmanagement

(ˌnɒnˈmænɪdʒmənt) or

nonmanagerial

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not involving or related to management
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Nearly half of the money raised, $8,000, has come from the Springfield Police Association, the employee union representing city police officers and nonmanagement staff.
All team leaders were asked to indicate their hierarchical status as one of four levels: nonmanagement, line management, middle management, or senior/ executive management.
Accounting and finance management staff in the United States work 46 hours per week on average, while nonmanagement personnel work 41 hours.
For instance, if a founder worked in Accenture from 1997 to 2001 as a consultant before he started a business, we consider as a match any individuals who worked in Accenture during that four-year window with titles such as "Analyst," "Consultant," or "Senior Consultant," all of which are nonmanagement positions.
Positions to be analyzed in the compensation study include all regular, full-time management, nonmanagement, confidential, temporary, and part-time classes of employment.
The standard does not require that these communications be in writing, but CPAs might wish to protect themselves (especially in circumstances of significant nonmanagement ownership of the client business) against the risk of misunderstanding or denial, and any resultant litigation risk, by requiring, as a matter of internal policy, 1) that such communications be written when judged to be so significant that they warrant management action, and 2) that judgments about possible communication matters that are not made in writing be documented.
For nonmanagement credit union employees, base pay increases also will remain low.
The suit claims United's "highly subjective decision making" about promotions leaves minority captains with part-time, nonmanagement positions, whereas white employees receive full-time, higher-wage positions.
government is holding individual personnel including nonmanagement technical personnel--criminally responsible for such failures, NACE launched its "Corrosion and Punishment" forum at that year's annual conference.
Tarmey said the nonmanagement employees at the Shrewsbury plant are covered by a collective bargaining agreement that gives them the right to bid on open positions within the postal service, based on seniority.