unused time

unused time

[¦ən′yüzd ′tīm]
(computer science)
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It is entirely up to the employer to decide how it will structure paid time off, including whether it will be vacation time, sick time or paid time off (PTO), whether the time is accrued or given in a lump sum on the employment anniversary date (or calendar year), whether the time must be used in the benefit year or can carry over to the next benefit year, and whether any accrued unused time will be paid out when employment ends.
It might seem counterintuitive, but having unused time in expensive operating rooms could save both money and lives," said Dr.
Clear the unused time on the microwave, you monster
Fringe hours" is Turner's phrase for moments of unused time that pass unnoticed on the edges of a busy day, moments that can be redeemed to restore the spirit and pursue passions.
They argued on how long each lawmaker should ask their questions, disagreed on whether they could pass on their unused time to another.
Employees are allowed to sell back to the county up to 80 hours of unused time management under county policy.
If they choose, they can store up additional vacation time in a bank, and if they don't use it or decide later that it's a bad deal, they can cash in unused time for money.
Goodwin says as many as 80% to 90% of lift trucks have unused time when returned at the end of the lease term.
If I have some unused time each day, I spend it to my advantage.
LATEST ruse to squeeze every last drop of cash from the least fortunate in society: a car park ticket at Wansbeck General Hospital which requires users to register their car licence plate so that tickets with unused time on them cannot be passed on.
The bottom line includes a $22 million pretax (or 3 cents per share, after taxes) charge related to a change in employee benefits under which certain unused time off will now be paid annually to employees.