Across the Piece

Across the Piece

In business, a slang term describing any event or thing that will affect the entire organization. For example, a company conducting layoffs across the piece has layoffs in every department.
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We have had double-digit growth across the piece, whether that be with Cinven, CVC, Permira, Warburg Pincus, Blackstone, Hellman & Friedman.
As the Commission makes clear, we need change across the piece, a smart state and active industrial strategy, investment for the long-term, not the fast buck, proper regulation of our labour market and financial system and much more besides.
Where are we in relation to other councils?" Representatives from the WAO at the meeting said there were some differences across the piece but they haven't ranked councils.
Insurance companies are really interested in using them across the piece.
Mr Smith said the UK Government had given the Welsh Government more money, and that it was also "unarguable" that Cardiff Bay leaders were planning to spend 7% extra on health while local government was, across the piece, in line for a 0.3% reduction.
"It is a perfect storm of circumstances affecting families across the piece and it's children who feel the consequences.
Figures from the Trades Union Council - backed up by the STUC - show that public sector workers are thousands of pounds out of pocket across the piece thanks to this Tory Government.
Returning to a region growing across the piece is some way away but the signs of recovery are there.
"One of the things that companies can do is apply more targeted salary adjustments: instead of doing upgrades across the piece. target high-performers and individuals whose salaries are well behind the market - and also those who specialise in business-critical areas," he suggests.
John Gill, Times Higher Education editor, said at the awards: "Huddersfield shone through in the toughest of categories on the strength of an exceptional year across the piece."
Describing what Scotland's exit would mean for Wales, he told the Daily Post: "I think we stand to lose what the rest of Britain stands to lose, our ability to stand taller in the world as part of a enormously successful political union, and also our ability within Britain to look right across the piece and distribute resources...