Companies will not want to employ the proverbial clockwatchers
- people who spend more time thinking about the weekend than that day's tasks.
He has a happy knack of finding a way to win even if he is not one to always thrill the clockwatchers
Kingman created a huge stir when winning by six lengths on his debut at Newmarket last June, setting clockwatchers
into a state of near frenzy.
The visitors defended that slender advantage with admirable tenacity but OLs were more than a touch aggrieved at the end, the Bericote Road clockwatchers
claiming that the referee blew up seven minutes short of the allotted 80 let alone adding any stoppage time.
should apply - it comes with a PS31,200 salary.
IT was a case of deja vu for clockwatchers
His contempt for the clockwatchers
, bureaucrats, and officeholders has only increased.
So we were slightly startled by the name of a cafe, which dates back to the 15th century, called Clockwatchers
The son of Old Vic bolted up on his debut at Downpatrick last month in a time that had clockwatchers
slavering over their watches.
Along Came Polly, The Whole Nine Yards, The Longest Yard, Clockwatchers
, Lost In Space.
Those impressed by Jill Sprecher's wry 1997 debut, office comedy Clockwatchers
may well wonder where she's been since.
We're not saying we should turn into a nation of clockwatchers
,or that no-one should put in extra work when there's an emergency or a rush of orders, but many people are clearly putting in the equivalent of an extra day every week.
Nayef impressed clockwatchers
as he enjoyed a blow-out over four furlongs of the tracks, leaving Hills to describe his mount as ``absolutely spot on''.
WOOLLEY, supra note 108, at 129 (arguing that even though it seems to avoid "partisan manipulation," the Fed "tries to lie low" during presidential elections); Of Bulls and Bears and Financial Clockwatchers
, ECONOMIST, Nov.
it's a world of clockwatchers
, bureaucrats, officeholders .