outside work

outside work

n
(Commerce) work done off the premises of a business
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It was quickly apparent to her that she could not adequately oversee the outside work and at the same time do the house work.
"That and outside work among the voters will, to a certainty.
The findings by CRPF are in sharp contrast to what the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had claimed that the Pulwama attack was not an intelligence failure, but was an outside work.
Speaking of a "lack of diversity", Mr Sturrock, in his 176-page report, said: "I am told many managers are friendly with colleagues (often many they manage) outside work and that this can get in the way of holding colleagues to account for their behaviour.
In contrast, there were two Member States where less than 50% of the population were physically active outside work: Croatia (36%), Portugal (45%) and Cyprus and Hungary were equal third both with nearly 50%.
She said: "Strictly has taught me that activity outside work is good for my mental health."
Outside work, expats report a range of different experiences.
RTE told Claire Byrne not to take outside work on nine occasions in the past three years, it has emerged.
Kitzhaber contended to the commission that he did not believe he needed to make a public declaration about Hayes' outside work because those contracts were "not directed at trying to shape or influence state policy, but, rather, to be an educator and storyteller in those (policy) areas to which she has committed her professional career."
Don't let work take up all your time but keep some interests outside work. Volunteering is a good release from the pressures put on by an employer and not surprisingly I would recommend joining Rotary.
If I've managed to have a dance that signifies a great night!" Do you get recognised outside work? "Not too much, I'm very lucky and get to live a 'normal' life, so to speak.
As well as allowing comfortable clothes, the TUC has suggested that any outside work is done in the morning or afternoon to avoid the searing heat of the midday sun.