By taking a deep dive into the key drivers behind these career decisions, the survey findings illustrate that organizations must evolve to meet the demands of both full-time
and part-time workers.
Welch, in his statement, said the ASU System "has focused on making full-time
faculty salaries competitive to Southern Regional Education Board averages, and we have made great strides.
Paul's and Tomstown; Two-point charge, full-time
We are being condemned to having to pay FULL-time
Bills for PART-time work - a recipe for long-term poverty and disaffection.
While more people are in work there are still far too few full-time
employee jobs for everyone in the North East who wants one.
The protesters, who have staged similar demonstrations over the past few months, want Parliament to amend and approve a draft law that would grant them full-time
In 2012, one in four involuntary part-time workers lived in poverty, whereas just one in 20 full-time
workers lived in poverty.
FTEs are employees who averaged less than 30 hours of service per week individually, but, in combination, are counted as full-time
employees solely for the purpose of determining whether an employer is a large employer.
Virtually all employment growth is coming from part-time and temporary jobs but most of the people taking them want and need permanent, full-time
Add three part-time drilling Reservist positions; add one full-time
ART / civilian position.
In considering our theme of full-time
versus part-time nursing, I thought about the pros and cons of full-versus part-time in any job.
She added all were receiving a suitable education, but a small number were found not be getting a full-time