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It’s unclear whether United will attempt to sign another high-salaried player before the season and save the other slot for Arriola’s return, or hold both open until the summer.D.C. United loans Paul Arriola to Swansea City|Steven Goff|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
When we were first told that we had to close down the dining room, I didn’t let go of my salaried employees.The True Cost of Keeping a Restaurant Open During a Pandemic|Charlotte Druckman|November 11, 2020|Eater
Amazon was long considered a thug to competitors and a slavedriver to employees, hourly and salaried alike.Amazon the innovator or Amazon the violator?|Adam Lashinsky|October 13, 2020|Fortune
While two-thirds of the workers are part-time, the cuts also involve executives and salaried employees, the company said.
Two-thirds of the planned layoffs involve part-time workers but they ranged from salaried employees to hourly workers, Disney officials said.Disney will lay off 28,000 workers at its California and Florida parks|radmarya|September 29, 2020|Fortune
Cosgrove said that 75 percent of graduating medical students want to be salaried.How to Fix Health Care|Daniel Gross|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The salaried employees who stay home will work harder than usual.The Cost of Boston|Megan McArdle|April 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From a planner's perspective, hoever, here is the real central fact about Cleveland Clinic: its doctors are salaried.Can the Cleveland Clinic Save American Health Care?|Megan McArdle|February 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When companies were organized they employed salaried managers, whose salaries were paid before profits were reckoned at all.The Common Sense of Socialism|John Spargo
For the first time in its history it employed special salaried organizers.
Excluding only employers and salaried persons, his percentage was 7.7, which compares closely with Professor Barnett's.
The salaried men and the wage earners suffer—that is, the cost is borne by those with relatively "fixed" incomes.
It is difficult to find a suitable man unless he is adequately salaried and supported.The Last Boer War|H. Rider Haggard