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Work

1. To perform a task, especially in exchange for compensation or the potential for profit. Working is necessary for any economy to function.

2. See: Job.

work

see JOB, LABOUR, WORK ORGANIZATION, SOCIOLOGY OF WORK, HOMEWORKING, DOMESTIC LABOUR.

work

see JOB.
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LG offer more powerful laptops that deliver greater work efficiency and durability while continuing the product's original identity of offering lightest laptop in its category.
India, April 25 -- Social media today is catching everyone's attention in driving work efficiency.
In this study, the negative effect of mobbing, which is applied on the personnel working in public and private medical institutions, on work performance and efficiency was analyzed, so analyses and evaluations were carried out regarding the 3 sub-dimensions in the scale (overcapacity work, not enjoying the job, decrease in work efficiency /performance).
The work efficiency and the progress of mobile hospitals in FATA were also reviewed in detail.
Alba's participation in this event allows us to highlight the company's experiences as a high-quality aluminium producer and the measures implemented to enhance work efficiency and productivity.
We were in need of one easy but efficient product to manage our group information, so we developed EfficientPIM Network to improve our work efficiency.
The company was honoured for developing and implementing a maintenance programme that increases safe nuclear plant operations by improving equipment reliability and work efficiency.
AppRegion provides management functions for systems running on Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud platform, ensuring operations support and work efficiency.
orientations, that are designed to increase work efficiency and improve the quality
She added: "Messy desks may not be as detrimental as they appear and can boost work efficiency or enhance employees' creativity.
Washington, Jan 18 ( ANI ): Messy environments, which are often thought to clutter one's mind, could actually boost work efficiency and problem solving skills, a new study has revealed.
During the 3-min interval between a task and rest, subjects rated their sensations using the following scales on lines with anchor points: odor intensity 0-5, preference 1-9, comfort 1-9, indoor air satisfaction 1-7, effect of indoor environment on subjective work efficiency 1-7, and several other subjective states 1-7.