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Antonyms for full-time

for the entire time appropriate to an activity

for the standard number of hours

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An important difference between adjunct and full time faculty is how they obtain, understand, and utilize information about university and SOE policy, procedures, curricular mandates, and institutional concerns, which are derived from state directives, organizational responses to federal, state, and local initiatives, institutional budgetary concerns, and student evaluations of courses and programs.
It may be in the future, that a faculty of 1,000 really only has 100 to 150 who are full time and receive full time benefits.
We must, therefore, devise an alternative which improves the quakty of life for both welfare recipients and traditional full time office and factory workers.
Line managers need to be available and accessible full time, and you are being hired for part-time work.
This summer, Bush told the country in his acceptance speech that he's "for dads sticking around," but when dad is already gone, Bush stands foursquare behind experiments in welfare reform that compel the remaining parent to go to work full time.
The Moonlighter is a candidate employed full time in an academic secondary or postsecondary setting.
The Survey of Casual and Part-Time Registered Nurses in Ontario indicates that most are working part time because of family and other personal reasons and many could be induced to return to full time work under some condition.
Compensating them and upgrading their positions to full time was one of many reforms suggested by an independent review panel formed after the Rampart scandal.
The program is offered full time or in part-time modular format.
These workers had one of the following three work schedules: they worked full time on a primary job and also held one or more part-time jobs (69 percent); they combined several part-time jobs to make up a full-time workweek (14 percent); or they combined jobs with varying hours to make up a full-time workweek (17 percent).
The cutbacks left no one staffing the chamber office full time, although Kurtz said volunteer members still conduct chamber business at the Kanan Road office.
Full Time Solutions (FTS), based in Irvine, is a leading regional provider of human resource-related administration and compliance services for businesses of all sizes.
According to a new CareerBuilder study, 32 percent of part-time workers say they want to work full time, but haven't been able to land a full-time job.
Baker has assumed full time responsibilities as chairman and chief executive officer at Unilab, and has resigned his positions at several subsidiaries of Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW).
CHICAGO -- Touhy & Touhy and Callahan, McCune & Willis have announced that a federal district court ruled that RadioShack violated federal law when it failed to pay overtime to its managers who worked more than 40 hours per week and did not supervise two or more full time employees or their equivalent on a regular basis.