opt-out

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opt-out

[ˈɒptaʊt]
A. ADJ
1. (Brit) [school, hospital] → autónomo (transferido de la administración local al gobierno central)
2. (esp Brit) opt-out clausecláusula f de exclusión voluntaria, claúsula f de no participación
B. N (from agreement, treaty) → opción f de exclusión voluntaria, opción f de no participación
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opt-out

adj attr
(Brit) school, hospitalaus der Kontrolle der Kommunalverwaltung ausgetreten
opt-out clauseRücktrittsklausel f
n
(Brit: by school, hospital) → Austritt maus der Kontrolle der Kommunalverwaltung
(from agreement, treaty) → Rücktritt m
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As well as that, UK governments have been able to exercise opt-outs from a number of EU initiatives: for example, the Schengen Area, the Social Chapter, the Working Time Directive and, of course, the Euro.
This decision relates to both hours worked and rest breaks/periods, and having opt-outs for employees will not remove the burden on employers to monitor time worked by each employee.
There were many things in the withdrawal agreement I didn't like, such as the backstop and signing up to a European military, but it was a good interim compromise, including its various opt-outs.
Harper's contract doesn't include any opt-outs. He'll make an average of $25.38 million per season.
Sir Steve Webb, a former pensions minister who is now director of policy at Royal London, said: "The NHS as an employer needs to take urgent action to tackle this epidemic of pension opt-outs.
The most common cause of procrastination I see in opt-outs is anger.
Britain is welcome to change its mind and stay in the European Union, but it should not expect to keep getting its EU budget rebates or complex opt-outs from EU rules, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator said on Wednesday.
It's noses to the grindstone at Defence with 570 opt-outs and 550 at Health.
Twenty-two employers had initially decided to opt out of the negotiations, but after NZNO indicated to these employers that it would pursue legal proceedings against them, the number of opt-outs dropped to seven.
The opt-outs continue this spring despite a December 2015 memo from the U.S.
Although the booklet is billed as an information exercise I have struggled to find any significant information in it, except perhaps that the UK has opt-outs from the euro (true) and has "kept control of our borders" (false).