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piece rate

n
(Commerce) a fixed rate paid according to the quantity produced
Translations

piece rate

n (Industry) → tariffa a cottimo
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66)Calculations based on annual price and output changes as proxies for piece rate and employment changes.
The earnings discrepancy occurred because WSI workers were usually paid a minimum hourly rate for jobs in the service sector, while workshop employees were paid a piece rate for manufacturing-type jobs.
They also tend to work under different incentive systems, with women being compensated by piece rate payment schemes more frequently.
Tenders Are Invited For In-House Preparation Of Chapathi And Ragiball On Piece Rate Basis
7% of the workforce and most of them are piece rate workers engaged in manufacturing and post-manufacturing tasks,' she said.
Independently of this, workers are either paid a fixed wage {baseline), a fixed wage plus piece rate of 1 Yuan (monetary; incentive), or a fixed wage with the hardest working individual additionally receiving a symbolic award (smiley button) at the end of the session (recognition).
Moving forward, piece rate is going to be used less frequently, because growers are not going to want to face the future liability for doing it wrong.
Piece rate production increases the risk with child labour helping parents to make up quotas and to assure family survival when parents are not earning a living wage.
The survey looked into workers' compensation patterns in the sector where it was found that a 55% workforce in the surveyed entities work on piece rate basis.
Also, the market cost of the finished product depends on the quality of work happening at the lower rungs of the supply chain, such as hand embroidery and being paid on piece rate.
All installations are completed by time served craftsman - Thornton's don't employ piece rate contractors.