piecework


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piece·work

 (pēs′wûrk′)
n.
Work paid for according to the number of units turned out.

piece′work′er n.

piecework

(ˈpiːsˌwɜːk)
n
(Commerce) work paid for according to the quantity produced. Compare timework
ˈpieceˌworker n

piece•work

(ˈpisˌwɜrk)

n.
work done and paid for by the piece. Compare timework.
[1540–50]
piece′work`er, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.piecework - work paid for according to the quantity produced
employment, work - the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work"
Translations

piecework

[ˈpiːswɜːk] Ntrabajo m a destajo
to be on/do pieceworktrabajar a destajo

piecework

[ˈpiːswɜːrk] ntravail m aux pièces or à la piècepie chart ngraphique m à secteurs, camembert mpie dish nplat m allant au four

piecework

[ˈpiːsˌwɜːk] n (Industry) → (lavoro a) cottimo
References in classic literature ?
You would not do as well at piecework, and I wish to deal generously by you.
He is a beef-boner, and that is a dangerous trade, especially when you are on piecework and trying to earn a bride.
And I know brickmakers go about working at piecework in different places.
Ken Warr, bassist with The Strangers and Johnny Dark and The Silhouettes, adds: "I had accumulated all of the records by Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley since I was 12, so when I left school at 15, I started a piecework job at Payters in Great Bridge, Tipton.
From 2019, piecework payment is introduced for general practitioners and specialists with a gradual increase in tariffs for their services within the guaranteed volume of free medical care.
The short game is the current "piecework" model of fee-for-service, treating people primarily when they are sick.
"This is a return to the days of piecework, creating a culture where workers are required to be constantly available to work," the group said in a report.
the size of tasks in individual packages is based on economic applications of the sniezka forest inspectorate for 2018, which include: - estimated work volumes to be carried out on individual items of the plan, - a list of timber masses estimated for harvesting and skidding on individual plan items, broken down by assortment, - a list of labor consumption (in man-hours) for individual tasks were developed based on the base catalog of normative piecework tables introduced by regulation no.
"Reducing services and moving sub-postmasters from monthly guaranteed payments to piecework has slashed their take-home pay.
The order stated that all workers paid by results, including those who are paid on piecework, "takay," "pakyaw" or task basis, shall be entitled to receive the prescribed minimum wage rates per eight hours work a day, or a proportion thereof, for working less than eight hours.
This innovative new platform includes real-time Shop Floor Control (SFC), piecework payroll, production, quality control, inventory, shipping and receiving solutions.
Like Stanton, she suffered the indignity of thwarted educational ambition, and her first lessons in the injustice of gender came in her own home as Stone and her sisters sewed piecework to give their brothers the college education that she coveted.