Traducción de workload en Español:


volumen de trabajo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈwərkˌloʊd//ˈwəːkləʊd/


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    volumen de trabajo masculino
    trabajo masculino
    to have a heavy/light workload tener mucho/poco trabajo
    • They also have tremendous workloads, and often work much longer hours than is needed to ensure the success of their students.
    • Some cities also complained of excessive workloads for personnel as well as weak management and leadership.
    • The number of manufacturing jobs saw a slight increase as businesses took on more staff to meet increasing workloads.
    • New legislation means vastly increased workloads in administration, much duplication of work and huge amounts of statistics.
    • The obvious antidote is not taking on such punishing workloads.
    • Tasks were reallocated, workloads adjusted and we got everything done once again.
    • Stress levels among York teachers have prompted education chiefs to alert the Government to the pressures caused by heavy workloads.
    • Guide employees on prioritising workloads and give them a framework to delegate tasks when appropriate
    • Heavy workloads, pressure to meet targets and management style are said to be the main reasons for stress-related illnesses.
    • We have also employed new staff to help with the 24 tasks earmarked by the government to help lighten teachers' workloads.
    • Unions broadly welcome the scheme, while stressing that the implications for teacher workloads need to be thought through.
    • Men increasingly justify their existence in terms of their workloads.
    • The problems were likely to be exacerbated in years to come as more and more demands were put on doctors to meet ever-growing workloads.
    • Modern student workloads are heavier, and more job-focused than before.
    • Youngsters in Swindon could finish early on Fridays, if plans to tackle teachers' heavy workloads get the go-ahead.
    • In September, the union asked management to take steps to safeguard staff by monitoring workloads and setting aside tasks in busy periods.
    • Colonel Bradley said it takes constant fine-tuning of processes to ease workloads.
    • Details of our judges' individual sentencing records and workloads remain tucked away in official files away from prying eyes.
    • Child-protection staff are expected to respond to unmanageable workloads.
    • They claim heavy workloads and poor resources are hampering their ability to tackle major health issues such childhood obesity.