nonsupervisory

nonsupervisory

(ˌnɒnˌsuːpəˈvaɪzərɪ)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not supervisory
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The average workweek for production or nonsupervisory workers was unchanged in May but was slightly below the average for the first quarter.
Average weekly earnings for the industry's nonsupervisory positions decreased in four of seven insurance sectors from March 2016 compared with March 2015.
In 1964, collection was expanded to include hours and earnings data for nonsupervisory workers in private service-providing industries; then, in 1967, BLS began publishing hours and earnings data for all nonagricultural industries in the private sector.
A similar but more pronounced pattern was evident in data on average hourly earnings for production or nonsupervisory workers.
Trends in the percent change from four quarters earlier in the real average hourly and weekly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers in the private nonfarm sector from 1980 to 2003 track each other fairly closely, although not perfectly, because of changes over time in average weekly hours.
Private nonfarm payroll employment increased appreciably further in November after an October surge, and the average workweek of private production or nonsupervisory workers retraced more than half of its October decline.
Average weekly earnings for the industry's nonsupervisory positions remained higher in five of the seven insurance sectors from December 2014 to December 2015.
Using data from the Current Population Survey (CPS), Eldridge, Manser, and Otto find that nonproduction and supervisory workers put in measurably more time than do nonsupervisory workers, particularly in service industries.
The average workweek of production or nonsupervisory workers remained at a high level over the two months.
17 Average Earnings Average weekly earnings for the industry's nonsupervisory positions remained higher in five of seven insurance sectors from October 2014 to October 2015.
The increase in average hourly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers over the October--November period remained in the moderate range that had prevailed for some time, although a pickup in earnings growth was evident in a few sectors, notably construction and services.