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an item (e.g. a clutch) which is used in the assembly of a final product (e.g. a car). See PARTS FAMILY CODING AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM, ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT, REPLACEMENT PART, AFTER-SALES CARE.
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"As a society we need to start placing greater value on the jobs that women Experts say that part-time is the cause of a widening pay gap for women they've had a child tend to do.
Like its on-campus predecessor, the Part-Time Flex MBA is a three-year program offering the same top-ranked curriculum and faculty as the Full-Time MBA as well as continued access to the same career resources and professional development opportunities.
We assume that your part-time employment is approved by and registered at the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (Mohre).
'There's a huge opportunity here to advance equity in education if we can provide better support to part-time students--and, while many of the advances in community college student success have been focused on full-time students, we see some progressive institutions molding those practices to serve the unique needs of part-timers."
Moreover, Raed Mohammed Dawood, Director of Government Relations and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo, said taking up a part-time job presents a number of life and career benefits.
5 - Part-time workers shall not exceed 20 per cent of the Omanisation percentage, including job seekers, students and retirees, with the exception of those firms that meet the set conditions.
This approach, treating full and part-time students equally, is progressive and has the potential to make a significant difference to the number of part-time students in Wales.
(1) Part-time workers are categorized by the reason they work part time--economic or noneconomic.
The study of more than 15 million teller transactions at more than 2,300 financial institution branches in March 2016 found that part-time tellers now work 27% of all total transaction-processing hours.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) notes that "involuntary part-time work comprises three groups: 1) individuals who usually work full time but who are working part time because of economic slack, 2) individuals who usually work part time but are working fewer hours in their part-time jobs because of economic slack and 3) those working part time because full-time work could not be found." Someone working as little as a few hours a week would be considered "employed" by the U.S.