unsalaried


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unsalaried

(ʌnˈsælərɪd)
adj
not earning or yielding a salary
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsalaried - not paying a salaryunsalaried - not paying a salary; "an uncompensated federal post"
unpaid - not paid; "unpaid wages"; "an unpaid bill"
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unsalaried

adjective
Contributing one's time without pay:
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Translations

unsalaried

[ˈʌnˈsælərɪd] ADJsin sueldo, no remunerado
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unsalaried

adjehrenamtlich
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References in classic literature ?
The Grubb business was in difficulties, and Grubb in a moment of financial eloquence had given a half-share in it to Bert, whose relations with his employer had been for some time unsalaried and pallish and informal.
The Children's Hearing system is made up of unsalaried, lay tribunal members who are the decision makers.
Appointed by the governor of Louisiana, the board comprises seven commissioners who are unsalaried and serve five-year staggered terms.
Depending on the subject, students can pursue a salaried or unsalaried route into teaching.
The progressive bloc in Congress assails the TRAIN as a 'grand deception' that 'will be felt by those who do not even have pay slips, but the farmer or fisherman who have to contend with higher costs of production, and even by the unsalaried, like a student or simple commuter.'
It will be felt by those who do not even have payslips, by the farmer or fisher who have to contend with higher costs of production, and even by the unsalaried like a student or simple commuter," they also told the SC.
In a(https://www.americanprogress.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/CostofTurnover.pdf) study conducted by the Center for American Progress, the cost of losing an employee could be anywhere from 16 percent of their salary for hourly, unsalaried employees, to 213 percent of the salary for a highly trained position, (https://www.huffingtonpost.com/julie-kantor/high-turnover-costs-way-more-than-you-think_b_9197238.html) Huffington Post reported.
In Greece, 68 per cent of internships were unsalaried.
Poe (London: Routledge, 2016), 57-78; Anna Joukovskaia, "Unsalaried and Lin fed: Town Clerks' Means of Survival in Southwest Russia under Peter I," Kritika 14, 4 (2013): 715-39.
Dr Geoff Wainwright, chair of Northern Schools Trust Board, said: "Nigel Ward, chief executive officer of the Northern Schools Trust was appointed by the Trust following two years of unsalaried service.
What it means: Unsalaried appointees whose terms have ended but who have not been replaced would serve only until the next legislative session has ended.
The results were stark: Only 47 percent of the country's health facilities employed more than two health workers, including unsalaried workers and volunteers.