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What does MTO stand for?
MTO stands for Mandatory Time Off
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We have 82 other meanings of MTO in our Acronym Attic
- Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge (Keithsburgs, IL)
- Madame Tussaud's New York (wax museum)
- Mahoutsukai No Yoru (Japanese visual novel)
- Monaco Takes New York
- Made to Order
- Main Track Only (horse racing)
- Maintenance Tasking Order (various organizations)
- Manager of Train Operations
- Mandatory Tender Offer (various companies)
- Manton (Amtrak station code; Manton, MI)
- Manufacturing Technology Objective
- Maritime Tasking Order (US Navy)
- Maritime Trade Operations
- Mass Transfer Operations (chemical engineering)
- Master Terminal Operator (IMS)
- Material Take Off
- Material Transfer Order
- Maximum Tolerable Outage
- Media Take Out (celebrity gossip website)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In these uncertain and challenging times, we will continue to take actions that have an immediate effect on reducing costs, such as taking mandatory time off, curtailing non-critical spending and temporarily reducing other costs.
On education, they want staff in city academies to be paid at the same rates as other school staff, the right to five days a year paid educational leave for all workers, free school meals for all children in primary schools, and mandatory time off to retrain.
In addition to mandated overtime, nurses and techs are also required to take mandatory time off so the hospital can maintain the lowest, and therefore, most cost effective staffing levels.
As other PC manufacturers announced mandatory time off taken by employees because of slumping sales, Dell has managed not to show strength.
Drawing on its own company culture, which includes regular morning runs, mandatory time off for overworked employees and participation in events such as the U.
Because of this uncertainty, Electroglas is taking steps to control expenses by the elimination of a significant number of open personnel requisitions, requiring mandatory time off in selected operating areas and delays in discretionary spending programs.