staff status

staff status

the status held by those individuals (usually ‘white-collar'WORKERS) whose conditions of employment, including hours of work, holiday and pension entitlements are generally more favourable than those possessed by manual workers in an organization. It is also common for those enjoying staff status to have separate canteen arrangements. Many believe that these differences foster a ‘them and us’ attitude at work, and some organizations have attempted to overcome this by a process of harmonization – bringing the conditions of employment of all or most employees into line (usually towards the more favourable ones of those with staff status). See JAPANIZATION.
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With the growth of the so-called 'gig economy', unions and campaigners have increasingly voiced concerns about workers being registered as self-employed when they should have staff status.
Although now employed by NZNO (by request, he is on a staff nurse's salary, rather than the full presidential salary), he maintains special staff status at the DHB.
DRA Affairs Minister, Youssef al-Talib, said that the authority has started handing over its assets to the Sudanese presidency and finalizing staff status before the end of its term in July.
It called for the full employment of all 140 staff if the newspaper continues in digital form and said staff status should remain as "employed," so that they could still benefit from their pensions and medical cover.
Finally, 185 of our colleagues will acquire permanent nursing staff status," it said.
A total of 251 school staff members from these schools--85 classified staff members (34%) and 166 certified staff members (66%)--participated in the study Table 1 presents demographic characteristics broken down by certified and classified staff status.
He said that the duration of the study period abroad depends on the level of study or research or staff status, that is whether it is master's, doctorate, post-doctorate and administrative and teaching staff.
These dates correspond to the calendar for interinstitutional negotiations on the reform of staff status.
Health center staff will handle injuries and illnesses pretty much the same regardless of who is injured or ill, but the impact of doing so changes based on client or staff status.
Some 2,500 non-contractual workers serving the company have been waging strikes demanding that they be given full-time staff status.
The 37-year-old American citizen is believed to have divulged confidential information, while in his post at Meeras Capital, part of Meeras Holding, pertaining to its financial situation, clientsAE names, staff status and state of execution of projects, to a rival firm.
Wright alluded to several matters including: (1) the hospital's 1999 denial of active staff status to Drs.