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
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overemployment

[ˌəʊvərɪmˈplɔɪmənt] Nsuperempleo m
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The meeting discussed restructuring the localities within framework of the State Reform Program and directives of the Presidency of the Republic to decrease ministries and localities, cut governments expenditure , rationalize the spending and to address the overemployment issue.
Counties have, however, hired a substantial number of workers though that has been fraught with reports of overemployment and favouritism.
This can be very time consuming and require overemployment of accounting personnel to service this need.
"Overemployment is not an issue, but having said that we don't support ghost employment either.
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.
"Overemployment Mismatches: The Preference for Fewer Work Hours." Monthly Labor Review, April, 2007, 18-37.
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Trudy Ann Cameron, Revealed and Stated Preference Estimation of the Value of Time Spent for Tax Compliance 20 (2000) (unpublished manuscript) (on file with the author) (listing reasons why hourly wages need not reflect a person's subjective valuation of the opportunity cost of their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.), Heavy Work Investment: Its Nature, Sources, Outcomes, and Future Directions.
The rate of overemployment in Wales in 2013 was 9.2%, also about average for Great Britain.