underutilization

underutilization

(ˌʌndəˌjuːtɪlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

underutilisation

n
another word for underuse2
Translations

underutilization

[ˌʌndəˈjuːtəlaɪzeɪʃən] Ninfrautilización f
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The company attributed the fall to "lower production volume and corresponding underutilization of plant capacity.
Medium-term growth prospects are held back by underutilization of labor, low investment, and high non-performing loans.
Nonetheless, labor market indicators, on balance, show that underutilization of labor resources has diminished since early this year.
The legal CRM study reports that the two primary reasons for underutilization are a lack of accountability and a general lack of technological proficiency.
Officials said labor market conditions "improved somewhat further,'' and that a range of indicators suggests that "underutilization of labor resources is gradually diminishing,'' modifying earlier language that referred to "significant underutilization.
The report points out issues such as the fact that the average server operates at only 12-18% efficiency, underutilization of power management software, and the estimated 20-30% of servers that remain plugged in but are unused.
Humanity is deprived of an abundance of God's blessings due to this underutilization.
Mehta said bilateral trade between the two countries was currently far below from where it ideally should be, stressing that there are ample evidences to suggest underutilization of trade opportunities that exist between India and Pakistan.
Linchpin offers tools to help people go from waiting for instructions (a time drag for bosses and an underutilization of good employees) to figuring out what to do next, which makes everyone look good.
The report looks at issues such as non-standard employment and labour underutilization, job quality, job satisfaction and transitions of young people to and within the labour market.
Bureau of Labor Statistics' (BLS) measures of labor underutilization do not consider underemployment among full-time workers and thus provide incomplete information on the full extent of underemployment.
The study authors said as more evidence-based driver education programs are enacted and evaluated, "attention should be paid to possible implications of underutilization by low-income, male and minority teens, especially given that these groups are reported to have higher rates of risky driving behaviors and crashes.