overemployment


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overemployment

(ˌəʊvərɪmˈplɔɪmənt)
n
(Economics) economics the situation where workers cannot reduce the time or the number of hours they spend earning an income
Translations

overemployment

[ˌəʊvərɪmˈplɔɪmənt] Nsuperempleo m
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Par exemple, le concept d'investissement excessif au travail est associe a plusieurs nominations telles qu'ergomanie, hyper travail, surengagement, overemployment, workaholism ou passion obsessive au travail.
The underemployment rate minus the overemployment rate turned negative in the second half of 2014 and was minus 2 per cent in the final quarter of 2016.
INQUIRY 651, 652, 660 (2000) (developing a labor supply model that incorporates underemployment and overemployment resulting from fixed-hour jobs, which can help observers draw inferences about subjective valuation of leisure time and commuting); Trudy Ann Cameron, Revealed and Stated Preference Estimation of the Value of Time Spent for Tax Compliance 20 (2000) (unpublished manuscript) (on file with the author) (listing reasons why hourly wages need not reflect a person's subjective valuation of the opportunity cost of their time).
He said we are not able to pay salaries to local government employees on time due to overemployment in past years on the basis of political nepotism.
The meeting discussed how the Kuwaiti economy can reduce reliance on oil revenues, the high price rates of real estate property, as well as unemployment and overemployment at the public sector.
Golden, Lonnie (2015), "Distinctions between Overemployment, Overwork, Workaholism, and Heavy Investments in Work Time," in Itzhak Harpaz and Raphael Snir (eds.
government's proliferation and increased use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) (6) over the past decade; (7) the negative ramifications for the CIA in their ability to collect and analyze intelligence because of their overemployment of drones; and the United States' involvement with Pakistan at the strategic and tactical level.
It follows then that State enterprises are inclined towards thriftless manpower-management, namely to overemployment, and the wage increase dispensing with a solid financial basis by exceeding value added.
Assembly line balancing helps us avoid overproduction, inventory, transportation, motion, waiting, overemployment.
Another reason can be in quite high overemployment at the beginning of the studied period (1996-1998) followed by a period of high increase in the unemployment rate (1998-2000).
8) To test for the possible level of overemployment by connected firms, I compute the ratio of the number of employees over total assets.
For many professionals extended work hours often become the rule, rather than the exception, leading to a semi-permanent or even permanent state of overemployment (Pocock, 2005).