off-the-job

[awf-thuh-job, of-]
adjective
1.
done, received, or happening away from or while not at one's job: off-the-job research.
2.
temporarily not employed: off-the-job union members.

Origin:
1965–70

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Reporting an off-the-job injury as an on-the-job injury.
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