What is the difference between staff and consultant?
Staff is internal to the company and is generally not considered an expert. A consultant is paid more, regarded more highly by management and usually more specialized in the field than staff personnel.
A business management consultant would be a person hired to help with the image of the firm in which the consultant is hired. When hiring a new staff for an up and coming new business, a business consultant would be a great person to have to help with the image con-vied of the business and certain costs that go along with starting the business.
What are the difference in stem positions when notes are placed on the third over the third or under the third lines of the staff?
They're the same thing it's just two different spellings, similar to the difference between the American "color" and British "colour." However, when you are using the plural of "staff" it would be staves and not staffs. I'm guessing that's where the term stave would have originated. They can be usedinterchangeably.
Well, "Staff Accountant" is the name of a position whithin an accounting firm. After being a staff accountant you can become a Senior Staff Accountant, and then a Manager and ultimatelly a partner of the accounting firm. Whereas, an accountant is any person that works either in public or private accountancy.
At a hospital or clinic, medical staff would be those people who deal with patients and their symptoms directly--doctors, nurses, medical technicians. Administrative staff would do pretty much the same thing that administrative staff in any company do--scheduling, answering phones, sweeping floors, delivering mail.