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workday, working day - the amount of time that a worker must work for an agreed daily wage; "they work an 8-hour day"
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38), whereas the snake per person-hour observation rate ranged from 2.
adhesive 135,000 5 bandage, gloves, alcohol wipes, tissues) Consent forms, VIS, other print 148,278 6 materials Data management (contracted 42,230 2 data entry for consent forms) Curriculum development and 35,300 1 training materials Public relations; television and 216,706 9 radio public service announcements Courier services to distribute 19,300 1 forms and transport vaccine Student rewards (stickers and 7,000 0 hand stamps) Staffing DOH staff hired to implement 130,199 project Contract nursing services 266,344 ([dagger]) Estimated cost of in-kind 281,733 person-hour contributions, e.
Note: sites 01, 02, 04, 08, 17, and 24 were sampled for two person-hours each and sites 10, 13, 16, and 28 were sampled for one person-hour each, but no evidence of freshwater mussels was found.
It is much less often stated that labour productivity in France is quite a bit higher than ours, output per person-hour that is.
Relative abundance of all mussels at individual collection sites ranged from zero (site 9) to 176 (site 3) per person-hour (Table 2).
Productivity can be measured in different ways, but most companies will want to measure some form of productivity per person-hour.
Table 3 shows a comprehensive list of person-hour savings per test performed on Mobile Lab [TM] compared with the main clinical laboratory.
The aim of the present study is to complement previous comparisons of growth rates of manufacturing productivity in Britain and France with estimates of the current differences in the levels of output per person-hour worked in a dozen branches which constitute the manufacturing sector.
Although seining collected the greatest number of amphibians per person-hour and aquatic dip-nets produced the greatest species richness per person-hour, the combination of all four techniques was necessary to maximize species richness.
in that case, output per person-hour in other services' rose rather more rapidly than shown in table 1 0, and output per person-hour somewhere else rose correspondingly less rapidly.
It presents comparisons of output per person-hour worked in manufacturing branches of the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, which are derived from information collected in each country's census of production.