white-collar worker

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white-collar worker

a nonmanual employee. The term is mainly applied to those who occupy relatively routine posts in the lower sectors of nonmanual employment. A focus on differences in dress between nonmanual and manual workers reflects historical underlying differences in STATUS and WORK SITUATION, as well as MARKET SITUATION, between the two types of workers. See also MANUAL AND NONMANUAL LABOUR, MIDDLE CLASSES.
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Mohammad Hanif, another white collar worker at a printing press, had a similar fall in December, 2012, from the top of a three-tier bunk bed, from a height of 9 feet.
Adobe surveyed more than 1,000 white collar workers in the U.
Researchers found that white collar workers are "largely disregarding the harmful health and social effects" of drinking alcohol.
White collar workers are the ones who display the most dissatisfaction at times of instability.
According to federal law, white collar workers are entitled to collect overtime pay from the three previous years back if the case is decided in their favor.
A GROWING number of pay deals are based on performance, especially for managers and white collar workers, a new report shows.
Around 750 white collar workers and 400 production staff will lose their jobs at the Browns Lane site in Coventry.
It speaks to blue collar workers, white collar workers, seniors, teenagers, boys, girls.
Its about time the managers stopped employing white collar workers and gave the money to the people who actually matter.
White collar workers and those based in the West Midlands were most likely to go the office when they were ill, research found.
Workers at the installation in Cumbria, run by British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL), voted overwhelmingly on Monday for industrial action over a long-running grievance relating to pay differentials between blue and white collar workers.
10) For an important theoretical and historical account of the battles fought by white-collar workers during this period, see JURGEN KOCKA, WHITE COLLAR WORKERS IN AMERICA, 1890-1940: A SOCIAL-POLITICAL HISTORY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE (1980).