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working day

(esp US), workday
Commerce any day of the week except Sunday, public holidays, and, in some cases, Saturday
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The target is for 93% of mail to arrive the next working day.
No Graham Ewart managing director of Direct Healthcare Services AS a key supplier to the NHS in the UK, and a global business, a sixhour working day would not allow us to be aligned to our customers' needs.
This was nearly a third more than the ten working days per 1,000 employees that were lost in 2013 - an increase of 30 per cent.
In case the Parliament does not approve the program, structure and composition of the government upon expiry of 15 working days, the President tasks another faction to form the parliamentary majority and nominate a candidate for Prime Minister within 15 days.
MORE than 93% of first class mail arrives the next working day, according the Royal Mail.
The highest rate of working days lost last year were in London and the North East, both with 14 days per 1,000 employees, with the lowest in Northern Ireland, at just one day lost per 1,000 workers.
Under the current setup, the Kingdom's official working days are from Saturday to Wednesday, while that of other Gulf states are from Sunday to Thursday and the international working days are from Monday to Friday.
A total of 2720 working days were lost due to attacks on frontline officers.
For the 2012 festive season, they will be off only on two working days -- Thursday, October 25 and Sunday, October 28 -- instead of three in 2011.
Cheques show up in people's current accounts two working days after they are paid in, but the money cannot usually be withdrawn until after four working days, while there is no guarantee that a cheque will not bounce until six working days have passed.
From this Friday any cheques paid into a major UK bank or building society will have cleared within six working days, meaning account holders will not suffer a loss if the cheque subsequently bounces.
2 million on 63 working days for the second quarter of 2003.