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working day

(esp US), workday
Commerce any day of the week except Sunday, public holidays, and, in some cases, Saturday
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Before the official announcement on October 17, 2018, it is provisionally provided as the day of the election of the President of Azerbaijan, which is not considered a working day.
In April 2017 working day adjusted data showed an increase by 2% in the construction production, compared to the same month of 2016.
The idea is that with five of these during a working day and a final, hour-long sprint the equivalent of an eight-hour working day can be done in six - and everyone gets home at 3.
No Graham Ewart managing director of Direct Healthcare Services AS a key supplier to the NHS in the UK, and a global business, a sixhour working day would not allow us to be aligned to our customers' needs.
Due to coincidence of weekends and holidays, the day-off is postponed to the next working day after the holiday," the statement said.
4% of first class mail the next working day against a target of 93%, while 99% of second class post was delivered within three working days, against a target of 98.
Attacks on police officers and staff have resulted in more than 3000 working days being lost in the last three years, according to new figures.
Government departments are also "loosing" one working day off this year.
Within 3 working days of notice of receipt by the payor bank WA ADC 284-30-330(15)
If you claim by post, enclose the envelope and you will receive pounds 5, or if the mail arrived 10 working days after the due date, pounds 10.
Perhaps the most staggering fact of all is one per cent of those questioned spend three and a half hours of the working day in the loo - although none of these are in Wales.
It will be compensated on December 13, Saturday, which becomes a working day.