shopwork

shopwork

Work done in a factory or shop in contrast to work done on the construction site.
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She begins with the mid-19th century, when shops up and down the land were owned and staffed by men, and reveals how women's groups promoted female employment and tried to overcome the notion that shopwork was unladylike.
Laura Davis-Taylor, SVP, Omnichannel Experience, joins Integer from BBDO where she spearheaded ShopWork, their North American shopper marketing expertise.
As Dabney Doty, former instructor at the University of Central Missouri accurately stated, "There is more headwork than handwork in shopwork.
If phone-answering, shopwork, or kit-cleaning is too demanding then 10 kids' coaching sessions, school talks or hospital visits a week should be written into their contracts.
The research also highlights that these 'undecided' voters are predominantly 18-29 years old, earning in excess of GBP25,000pa and employed in shopwork, educational and medical services or officework.
All the research and shopwork means that canoe restoration takes a tremendous amount of time.
The Shopwork of the Workshops," Hollander shares an anecdote from his own teaching experience:
The most popular jobs for 13- to 16- year-olds are: making deliveries, shopwork, catering, farmwork, hairdressing
I really dislike shopwork but applied for work in every shop in the Lakeside centre.
Her job choices, she says, were shopwork or the local sausage factory.
What's just as disheartening is that some will continue to trot out the usual biological stereotypes to justify why 73% of teachers are women yet only 17% of head teachers are women; or, indeed, why women tend to be ghettoised into carework, shopwork, catering or cleaning.
One man who is an expert in shop layouts is managing director of retail consultants Shopworks Craig Phillipson.