nonmanagement

(redirected from nonmanagerial)

nonmanagement

(ˌnɒnˈmænɪdʒmənt) or

nonmanagerial

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not involving or related to management
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Because our move was so sudden, I also had to downshift to a lower-paying, nonmanagerial position.
Even after controlling for their higher rates of employment in nonmanagerial jobs and their lower levels of family income, Landivar finds that Black and Hispanic women are less likely to exit the labor force.
In regard to position held, 47 participants were managers at different levels of the hierarchy (six senior managers, 19 middle managers, and 22 low-level managers), and 31 participants were employed in nonmanagerial positions.
Caption: Figure 5: Measures of Earnings Inequality (full-time nonmanagerial adult employees).
In fact, the average hourly earnings for nonmanagerial private sector workers rose 2.4 percent a year in that period.
Investor activity includes reviewing financial statements or operating reports, compiling summaries or analysis of finances or operations for the individual's own use, monitoring finances or operations in a nonmanagerial capacity.
The effects of facial attractiveness, sex, internality of applicants on hiring decisions for managerial and nonmanagerial jobs.
The company said its average pay for a fulltime nonmanagerial employee is up 16% since early 2014 to $13.69 an hour.
This may decrease propensity for self-employment, specifically in nonprofessional, nonmanagerial self-employment.
More significant percentages of women on corporate boards and in executive positions may be related to inferior levels of nonmanagerial discrimination in organizations.
It prevents taxpayers from counting time worked in their capacity as investors "unless the individual is directly involved in the day-to-day management or operations of the activity." Some examples of investor activities include: (1) studying and reviewing financial statements or reports on operations of the activity; (2) preparing or compiling summaries or analyses of the financial reports or operations of the activities for the individual's own use; and (3) monitoring the finances or operations of the activity in a nonmanagerial capacity.
Moreover, as nonmanagerial employees do not tend to behave entrepreneurially without a sign from top managers to do so (Wales, Monsen, & McKelvie, 2011), a CEO whose personality favors and "legitimizes" entrepreneurial activity is likely to encourage employees to behave entrepreneurially.