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1productividad femeninobefore noun productivity bonus — prima de / por productividad / rendimiento femenino
- productivity deal — acuerdo sobre productividad
- If economic growth is a misleading term, productivity growth is even more so.
- This erodes the reliability of the published real output and productivity measures.
- It is time to increase productivity by improving the quality of work.
- The new technology has boosted productivity and requires fewer workers in the rail yard, he said.
- However, for given output prices, labour productivity gains will be realized in terms of real quality improvements.
- Comparisons with productivity growth rates in other sectors of the economy are fraught with difficulties.
- Recently it has done extremely well, I think because of the high productivity gains that we have been able to achieve.
- The report measured productivity as annual output per person employed and average output per hour worked.
- You also have to continually reduce costs, compress cycle time, improve quality and productivity.
- For profits, productivity growth at that rate will help to hold labor costs in check.
- There, he was responsible for a drive that led to substantial improvements in quality, sales and productivity.
- Poole isn't the only Fed official who sees a link between productivity and interest rates.
- The trend of increasing marginal productivity from scarce inputs has continued.
- Salary growth in the state sector should be linked to higher labour productivity in the real economy, Velchev said.
- Many organisations limit their productivity improvement efforts to the acquisition of skills only.
- The productivity boost should hold down unit labor costs, which means fatter margins.
- In other sectors, productivity is measured as output divided by hours worked.
- Pay and productivity are measured in terms of the time it takes to complete a given task.
- Although our labour productivity rates are still low, they have picked up in the last few years.
- While there has been growth in overall employment rates in Europe, productivity lags behind that of the US.
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