restricted job

restricted job

[ri′strik·təd ′jäb]
(industrial engineering)
A task whose performance time is governed by a machine, a process, another task, or the nature of the job itself, rather than being under the control of the worker.
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The award will be by way of a restricted job (design race) wherein the panel has an advisory capacity.
Blau and Kahn, 2016) These are the chief causes of limited choices as regards female labor: (i) women have less access to unemployment benefits and consequently a reduced reservation wage; (ii) they are more frequently entering employment from inactivity, and employers pay them less relevant wages than comparable employees entering straightaway from employment; and (iii) they have more restricted job mobility alternatives because of their family position, taking jobs within a specific geographical area or with particular working hours, due to childcare responsibilities).
Such permanent workers with restrictions are mostly those with restricted jobs in Japan and we call them permanent employees with restricted job responsibility.
The all-important macroeconomic levers remain in Westminster, with far greater sway to influence the overall economy in Wales than the restricted job creation and enterprise powers residing in Cardiff Bay.
Prostitution arrests are swiftly converted into convictions and, in addition to the public disgrace, a convicted prostitute must contend with the court fines, lost earnings, and restricted job opportunities that accompany a criminal record--and whenever a job application asks if she has been convicted of a crime, she must check the box, hoping that her prospective employer won't supplement the application process with a quick search online.
If a private business restricted job applications on the grounds of political affiliation the authorities would be down on them like a ton of bricks for discrimination, but it''s perfectly all right for a politician to do it.
A swing-boom control button allows for easy operation and flexibility to tackle any restricted job site.
Mr Darling was also under pressure from some MPs representing constituencies in the North-east to ensure restricted job cuts among the bank's 6,000-strong workforce.
In the last six months, they restricted job cuts to 450.
The weak economy will also be reflected in restricted job growth.
One was amazed at the underlying sense of purpose and will that impelled these soft-spoken, gracious people; none of them regretted a moment of the struggle it took to learn, to find jobs in a restricted job pool, and to maintain momentum despite frustration.
The solutions that emerge as finalists will make a significant contribution to stimulating economic growth, alleviating poverty, and increasing access to restricted job markets.
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