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piece rate

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

n (Industry) → tariffa a cottimo
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As a for-profit entity serving CTA, Trucking Proud will generate a sustainable revenue source, which will ultimately allow a significant reinvestment into trucking carrier key advocacy issues, including PAGA, CARB, Dynamex, piece rate, truck parking and workforce development.
Some of the most common examples of payment systems are hourly, piece rate, gain sharing, and profit sharing (Abemathy, 2000, 2008, 2009).
HomeNet Pakistan representative Ume Laila Azhar said, 'It is important to have a gender analysis and gendered market survey for ensuring women inclusiveness in economic development by leveraging their role as independent entrepreneurs within the supply chains.' The particular initiative, she said would enable the organisation to have a holistic picture of the market economy and positioning of the home-based workers in the regime of contract workers as a piece rate and low-level own account workers.
7% of the workforce and most of them are piece rate workers engaged in manufacturing and post-manufacturing tasks,' she said.
| People working on gig economy platforms who are classed as "dependent contractors" should receive at least the minimum wage on a "piece rate" basis.
While there is not one universally accepted definition of "meaningful work," it is commonly understood as a task that is recognized by others and/or has some point or purpose (Ariely, Kamenica, and Prelec 2008, 672).3 This article assesses the effects of both a financial incentive (a piece rate) and a nonfinancial incentive (symbolic work recognition) across two meaning of work conditions (high vs.
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.
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."
"These doors give security second to none, glazing that cannot be removed, a choice of styles and colours that cannot be matched by other inferior doors on the market.'' All installations are completed by time served craftsman - Thornton's don't employ piece rate contractors.
For instance, the three-digit piece rate for letters will rise 4.1 percent and up 3.8 percent for five-digit automation.