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Staffer

In investment banking, an employee responsible for parceling out work among other, usually subordinate employees. A staffer generally attempts to divide work as evenly as possible. The staffer usually has another job description and simply takes on staffer duties as extra work.
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The House and Senate have an elaborate network of 247 committees and subcommittees run by a total of 3,400 staffers to divvy up the work.
Blackford: I remember one facility that was undergoing a Medicaid audit and had top-level staffers running around literally all day collecting information for the surveyors.
An AIG ranking official, reportedly Paula Rosput Reynolds, vice chairperson in charge of AIG's global assets, will arrive in Taiwan in emergency today to talk with representatives of Nan Shan business staffers, in order to ward off possible effect of the demand on the bidding operation.
No one is forcing these staffers to take these jobs.
a key AP bureau, more than 50 staffers handed in the AP key chains, which carry the slogan: "AP Diversity Many Views, One Vision.
Hospital staffers told sheriff's internal affairs investigators that they were alerted by the alarm and entered the room to find the deputy at the computer looking confused and unsure of what had happened, the report said.
The piece quoted several former Coalition staffers who said the group was not prominent during the November election.
At that time of the day, when many staffers are clamoring to enter the building at the same time, the Capitol Police screen very quickly.
Bonuses are, again, no guarantee of retention, and there have been reports of staffers staying just long enough to collect the bonus and then moving on to another job.
Callaway Golf staffers continue to dominate the top spots on the Order of Merit, with Niclas Fasth (1), Charl Schwartzel (2), Nick Dougherty (3), and Thomas Bjorn (4).
Besides, the Bankers Association has also approved exempting bank staffers handling such loans from penalty if borrowers default.