below minimum

below minimum

Weather conditions below the minimums prescribed by regulation for the particular action involved (e.g., landing minimums, takeoff minimums). These normally pertain to visibility or RVR (runway visual range), cloud ceiling or cloud base, minimum descent altitude or height, etc.
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As long as a majority of Filipino workers are contractual, they will remain paid below minimum wage, receive no benefits and be deprived of their basic labor rights,' Labog said in a statement.
As many nurseries before us, we made these deductions which took staff below minimum wage.
A NURSERY boss has slammed the Government as "outrageous" for naming and shaming his firm for a "technical breach" in paying a few staff below minimum wage.
Those included on this list, however, all earn below minimum wage.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has investigated an Emirates Airline incident where its Airbus A380 descended below minimum assigned altitude while on approach to land at Melbourne Tullamarine International airport, the bureau said.
This avoids problems with uneven months but can mean that someone, perhaps a student working some weeks in a year, who would not earn enough to pay national insurance on an annual basis - it starts at PS8,060 - but would do so when weekly earnings top PS155, which is well below minimum wage for a 35 hour week.
On the one hand, some disability rights activists say the practice of paying people with disabilities below minimum wage is exploitative and inhumane.
During an inspection the two nurseries were found to be employing unqualified staff and operating below minimum health standards, according to Abu Faour's office.
The billionaire has invited politicians to the firm's sprawling Shirebrook HQ and warehouse in Derbyshire - at the centre of claims some staff were on below minimum wage after allowing time for security searches.
Informal wage earners receiving below minimum wage constitute approximately 10 percent of salaried workers, while those earning more than twice the minimum almost 30 percent.
The row started when the Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts 45-7 to qualify for February's Super Bowl - only to be accused of deflating a number of the balls used in that game below minimum league limits.