Traducción de direct labor en Español:

direct labor

mano de obra directa, n.

(British direct labour)


  • 1

    (production workers)
    mano de obra directa femenino
    • For items that are manufactured in house, item costs include all associated direct costs, such as direct material, direct labor, and factory overhead.
    • These provisions, which defined a costing method based on hourly rates for machines, for direct labour or for workshops, were based on a note describing Renault's method.
    • The increase in costs/exchange value of information (fixed capital) in relation to direct labour is the cause for capitalism to commodify information, not the other way around.
    • It is time senior management within the council found out just how much efficient checking is going all by all their junior managers and all contractors and the direct labour force.
    • The body shop will produce 38 jobs an hour with 60 to 70 direct labor employees per shift
    • Residential segregation concentrates this small-scale investment of direct labour.
    • The IRS says processing a paper income tax return costs about $2.40 in direct labor compared with $1.40 for an electronic return.
    • Moreover, it implies that there must be some kind of macro equality between value added created by living or direct labour and value added distributed through exchange of commodities.
    • Overhead, which included all non-productive costs and an interest charge of 4 per cent on the net investment, was allocated to products on the basis of direct labour cost.
    • But those who concentrate on rising wage costs should bear in mind that direct labour is only a small fraction of the total costs of high-tech production.
    • So what I call ‘invisible’ costs are quickly beginning to be more significant than direct labor costs.
    • Total labor includes direct labor and all indirect expenses associated with labor, to be used in the FCS Phase I period of performance.
    • That probably gave rise to some increase in productivity which is reflected in the direct labour costs of doing the remedial work.
    • These lucky winners will incorporate more flexible production systems with better space utilization and less direct labor, pound for pound.
    • Manufacturers will remain eager to both take advantage of lower direct labor costs and seek ways to serve the China market.
    • The cost of the activity starts with direct labor - the number of dock workers involved and the time it takes them, factored against their salary and benefits.
    • These books covered, for example, the cost of materials, the direct labour cost, and indirect costs such as fuel and lighting.
    • In service businesses like mine, direct labor is usually the largest component of the cost of sales, and you can use it to get a quick read on changes in your overall cost-of-sales number.
    • Examples of common fixed costs are insurance and depreciation while variable costs include direct labor, raw materials and utilities.
    • This is where the strength of our Mexican managers came into play - the relationships they built, how they related to the direct labor we were hiring.
  • 2

    (workers contracted by employer)
    mano de obra de contratación directa femenino
    • We no longer use direct labour to carry out our refurbishment works.
    • Two years ago, Plunkett Hall in the seaside village was demolished and six houses were built on the site using direct labour supervised by Fr Furlong and a member of the parish council development committee, Brendan O'Connor.
    • Some home-builders choose not to engage a contractor and to conduct the project via direct labour but the savings to be made, about 10%, are mitigated by costs of insurance and the effort involved.
    • If direct labour is being used instead of a recognised building contractor, mortgage providers may also insist upon some form of public liability or employers' liability insurance.
    • We found that, generally, direct labour was more expensive than contractors.