Though being small has its perks, many modestly-sized enterprises feel they hold the short end of the stick
when it comes to providing competitive benefits and work-life balance practices.
I wanted to add, however, that teachers are not the only ones getting the short end of the stick
Moorpark got the short end of the stick
by finishing fourth in league with a match-up against top-seed Long Beach Poly.
They pay a premium to house extensive sales staff in Manhattan for the duration of the show, and many feel they are getting the short end of the stick
Indians traditionally have gotten the short end of the stick
, though that has changed somewhat in the last couple of decades, as indigenous protests and international pressure have compelled the government to recognize some tribal land rights.
Many times, they simply know very little about nonfoods, so we get the short end of the stick
Ortega says his government will look to strengthen trade with the United States in areas that are beneficial to Nicaragua but also will seek new markets in South America to place agricultural products that got the short end of the stick
under the DR-Cafta trade agreement.
The report's creator, Rocco Forino--a former analyst at the Loan Pricing Corporation in Manhattan, said, "Industry wide, subs get the short end of the stick
We at the Bureau of Indications want to be the first to say that cheerleaders have received the short end of the stick
in terms of appreciation as cultural icons.
In most states, that legislation leaves faculty holding the short end of the stick
People are always looking for someone to blame and I believe bartenders are getting the short end of the stick
We can actually gain market share and still come out on the short end of the stick
Both are also heavy newspaper advertisers, and, though a strategy has yet to emerge, newspapers could get the short end of the stick
They put Chicago's Finest in here, and we're getting the short end of the stick
Unlike past Democratic hopefuls, Kerry more pointedly distinguishes who he thinks the bad guys are: not corporations or the rich per se, but "lobbyists," "the privileged," and others who "cut corners and break laws and get special benefits, while those who do what's right get the short end of the stick