nonmanual

nonmanual

(ˌnɒnˈmænjʊəl)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not manual, esp involving mental or mechanical work rather than physical labour
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With robotics automating labor that is cognitive and nonmanual, tomorrow's labor market will be increasingly characterized by competition between humans and robots.
These confounders included subcohort (Valencia, Sabadell, Gipuzkoa), country of birth, age, gestational week at blood extraction, parity, previous breastfeeding duration, marital status (living with the child's father, other situation), education, social class [based on occupation according to the International Standard Classification of Occupations-88: I and II, professionals and managers; III, other nonmanual and skilled; IV and V, semiskilled and unskilled manual (http://www.
states among noncollege-educated workers but that native decisions to shift to nonmanual tasks over time attenuated the potentially negative wage effects.
Musculoskeletal injuries are particularly common for manual workers, while stress is more common for nonmanual workers.
Focusing on the nonmanual components of American Sign Language.
A sign in a Sign Language (SL) as discussed earlier consists of three main parts: Manual features, nonmanual features and finger spelling [1].
Under the standard-duties test, (1) the employee's primary duty must be the performance of office or nonmanual work directly related to the management or general business operations of the employer or the employer's customers; and (2) the employee's primary duty must include the exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance.
19] reported that self-employed male and female pensioners showed a significantly increased risk of low-leisure time physical activity, but found no difference in odds among skilled and unskilled manual workers compared with high-level nonmanual employees.
This type of security is usually found within primary markets, which employ salaried professionals in the government or private sector who engage in nonmanual labour.
To qualify for the third category, exempt administrative, an employee's primary duties must entail the performance of nonmanual work that directly relates to management and must include the exercise of discretion and independent judgment.
Father's occupation, assessed when the respondent was aged 4, was categorized according to the UK Registrar General's social classification into five levels (I or II professional and managerial, IIINM skilled nonmanual, IIIM skilled manual, IV manual partly skilled or V nonskilled; and father dead).
Following common practice, we divide social class into four categories: (1) managers/self-employed, (2) (2) professionals, (3) routine nonmanual, and (4) manual working class.