UPT

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UPTUptown (New Orleans, LA)
UPTUniversitatea Politehnica Timisoara (Romanian university)
UPTUnix Power Tools
UPTUniversal Personal Telecommunications
UPTUnpaid Time
UPTUnattended Payment Terminal
UPTUltra Precise Technology
UPTUndergraduate Pilot Training
UPTUrine Pregnancy Test
UPTUniversidade Portucalense
UPTUser Profile Table (computing)
UPTUnshielded Twisted Pair
UPTUnits Per Transaction
UPTUnion Pacific Technologies
UPTUnited Protective Technologies (Charlotte, NC)
UPTUnlimited Paenga Tawhiti (Christchurch, New Zealand school)
UPTUrenco Power Technologies
UPTUnited Parachute Technologies (DeLand, Florida)
UPTUpland Path Trust (UK)
UPTUnicorn Persistent Threat
UPTUnit Proficiency Training
UPTUniversal Protocol Translator
UPTUnix Product Test
UPTUniversity of Pittsburgh Trust
UPTUnit Processing Time
UPTUtility Pole Technology
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The presence of a process for reporting unpaid time will not shield the employer from liability if employees are discouraged from supervisors and managers from doing so.
Single working parents are even more vulnerable if they need to take unpaid time off work as their family relies on only one paycheck.
According to the report - Minimum wage: cracks in the floor - once unpaid time is taken into account, between one and two million workers are likely to be being underpaid.
The only legal right that currently exists for all employees is reasonable unpaid time off to deal with an emergency involving a dependant such as a spouse, child or parent and this would include time off to attend a funeral.
Nearly 1 in 3 reported changing hours, almost 30 percent took paid time off and 22 percent took unpaid time off.
She's more than happy for me to take unpaid time off work to look after her child.
1 when companies and individuals who employ domestic workers (such as nannies, housekeepers and individuals who care for the elderly) will be required to provide those workers with a wide range of benefits, including minimum wage and overtime protections, restricted work hours, paid sick leave, and other paid and unpaid time off.
If a mother received four weeks of paid leave, then a father should be treated the same and also may still have eight more weeks of unpaid time if not already used.
"While we fully appreciate the suffering of those teachers who with the current payment and who will not be able to make a living and survive, we go by the law and examine the submitted the documents for assessment," the official told Gulf News, adding the various educational zones in the West Bank had received tens of applications for unpaid time off of up to a year.
The second volume includes chapters devoted to decision making in the family, the gender pay gap across countries, unpaid time use by gender and family structure, and several other topics.
A new right to unpaid time off for fathers/partners to attend antenatal appointments was also introduced.