indirect labour


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indirect labour

n
(Commerce) commerce work done in administration and sales rather than in the manufacturing of a product. Compare direct labour1
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5 million direct and indirect labour and has a lot more untapped potential which is linked to predictable and transparent policy.
Especially in times of high unemployment, reducing labour cost by decreasing both direct and indirect labour tax, becomes a priority," he said.
There will also be PS221 million indirect labour costs and PS22.
The plant is planned for conclusion and commissioning within the first quarter of 2015, and is predicted to hire over 1000 direct labour and thousands of indirect labour, said Yusuf Binji, executive director, project and technical, Bua Group, Okpella, Edo State.
Within four years, the number of local soap factories has increased from 30 to 50 including four big units, thus increasing direct labour from 200 families to 1,000 families and indirect labour from 4,000 families to 6,000 families.
These comprise direct, semi-direct and indirect labour.
BT, which unveils its results on Thursday, announced 10,000 job losses in the past financial year - 4,000 directly employed staff and the remainder from the firm's indirect labour force.
Many of the cuts affected BT's indirect labour force such as agency workers, contractors and offshore staff.
The cuts will mainly affect BT's indirect labour force such as agency workers, contractors and offshore staff, including those based in India.
The cuts, part of an on-going efficiency programme, will mainly affect BT's indirect labour force including agency workers, contractors and offshore staff.
The cuts are part of an ongoing efficiency programme and will mainly hit BT's indirect labour force.
The factory was like a little village, very self-sufficient with its own indirect labour -plumbers, electricians, carpenters and fabricators.