nonworking

nonworking

(nɒnˈwɜːkɪŋ)
adj
1. not engaged in paid employment: nonworking mothers.
2. (of machinery, technology, etc) not operating properly or effectively: nonworking telephones.

non•work•ing

(nɒnˈwɜr kɪŋ)

adj.
1. not employed.
2. not involved with or directed toward work: nonworking hours; nonworking activities.
3. not functioning.
[1850–55]
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The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a measure that seeks to declare January 18 of every year as a special nonworking holiday for the "kasambahay," or local domestic workers.
Business groups are urging senators to stop adding more nonworking holidays on the growing list of the country's holidays, as this could erode the competitiveness of industries and slow down the country's growth.
03 (Series of 2018) prescribing the proper payment of wages for the special nonworking holiday.
The new law declares December 8 as a special nonworking holiday in observance of the feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, "the Principal Patroness of the Philippines.
Since November 13-15 (Monday to Wednesday) have also been declared nonworking holidays, GSISs regular operations in the Head Office in Pasay City, Quezon City branch office and Pasig Extension Office will resume on November 16, 2017 (Thursday).
In April, the government decided to make additional contributions to healthcare for nonworking pensioners as of next year.
Considering 10% drop outs, a total of 348 to 350 mothers decided to participate in the quantitative study that included 175 working and 175 nonworking or at-home mothers.
of working and nonworking mothers Urban 265 Rural 128 Slum 107 Working Non Working Non Working Non working working working 233 32 103 25 96 11 Table 3: Sonographic Evaluation 3 loops 2 loops 1 loops Round Round Round Neck Neck Neck Cord loops seen round 225 63 72 90 the neck Cord loops not seen 212 round the neck Cord loops seen near 63 the neck Table 4 Urban 265 Rural 128 Working Nonworking Working Nonworking 233 32 103 25 No.
Women and men who have stopped working, and who live with children, overwhelmingly say they are spending more time with those children, according to the poll of nonworking Americans that The New York Times released last week, conducted in partnership with CBS News and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
From the late imperial period, to the early republican period, to the period of Nationalist administration, to the Second World War and the Nationalist-Communist Civil War, and to the early People's Republic, these adversaries shared a fundamentally similar sense of the urban nonworking poor.
A limit on claims nonworking people can receive was imposed in Scotland yesterday, after being piloted in London.
The company strives to keep electronics, metals, and recyclable goods out of landfills by accepting everything from single cell phones to entire truckloads of working and nonworking products.