References in periodicals archive ?
The findings came as part of a national survey revealing examples of workplaces with high levels of job segregation and under-valuing of women's work, including a food factory where most shopfloor workers were women and most managers were men; and a supermarket where most checkout staff were women and the majority of managers and drivers were men.
The union revealed examples of workplaces with high levels of job segregation and under-valuing of women's work, including a food factory where most shopfloor workers were women and most managers were men; a supermarket where most check-out staff were women and the majority of managers and drivers were men; and a financial services company in the City of London where most cleaners and caterers were women and most brokers and dealers were men.
STRATFORD council's arts officer will be quitting her position today after accusing bosses of under-valuing the rich arts heritage in the town.
One group of cases involves claims of under-valuing of gas and the other claims under-measurement of gas production at the wellhead.
It reveals that nurses have had a poor deal in terms of gaining rewards for improved educational qualifications; and that the general under-valuing of women's work; and the economic trends of the past two decades which produced inequalities have contributed to the current pay gap.
The latter is anxious is avoid high national taxation on company profits, the exact opposite to the customs officials' concern with under-valuing.
On my current scale, Navigation Lad would rate 110 which, considering results on the night and for the season as a whole, is definitely under-valuing the Wimbledon form, and a hike of 10 spots is more than justified at this stage.
He said: "We've all made the mistake over the years of under-funding and under-valuing nurses.
The effect on the tax roll, Sherman continued, is that the city is under-valuing certain properties and over-valuing others, because there are still wide disparities between the ways they derive the assessments.
For instance, in assessing the risks of a proposed strategy or policy, executives' assumptions about the world may be defective for any number of reasons: ignoring low-probability events, limiting the search for stakeholders, ignoring the possibility that the public will find out about the decision, discounting the future, and under-valuing collective outcomes.
It involves an over-valuing of the other, which is tantamount to a negation of the intended partner through self-projection, and an under-valuing or negation of one's self.
patient information, dental/office equipment), appraisal and listing (to avoid over- or under-valuing the practice), how to inform the staff and whether to offer bonuses/severance pay, whether to offer a transition period (e.
Legal browser ?
- understandable language
- understanding before marriage
- understood by a select few
- understood by the initiated
- understood from accompanying words
- understudy for
- undertake by contract
- undertake responsibility
- underworld activity
- underworld character
- underworld gangster
- underwrite again
- undeserving of censure
- undesigned occurrence
Full browser ?
- Under-Valued a Security
- Under-Valued Companies
- Under-Valued Company
- Under-Valued Currencies
- Under-Valued Currency
- Under-Valued Securities
- Under-Valued Security
- Under-Values a Security
- Under-Valuing a Security
- Under-voltage (brownout)
- Under-voltage (brownout)
- Under-Voltage Load Shedding
- Under-Voltage Relay
- Under-Water Acoustic
- Under-Water Diffusion
- underactive bladder
- Underactive Inferior Oblique
- Underactive Inferior Obliques, Both Eyes
- Underactive Superior Obliques, Both Eyes