Entitled "Smart Marketing Coaching", the 30-day programme helps businesses implement smart marketing activities that provide quick sources of revenue with the least amount of labour intensity
But the construction industry has the potential to help deliver a private sector-led recovery and create new jobs, thanks to its vast value chain, labour intensity
and strong regional presence.
In addition, TFP is disaggregated to identify procyclical changes in input utilisation as a consequence of the business cycle: changes in labour intensity
and in capital utilisation.
Or someone has prepared a sandwich but just to add to the labour intensity
of the whole farrago, they can't just slap it on a plate.
where L refers to employment in sector i, I to the labour intensity
(L/Y), and Y to gross output; bars refer to period averages.
This paper examines how individualisation of agriculture affects labour intensity
and efficiency of agricultural production.
The machine has the ability to measure the seam of a can which has been sectioned on a twin blade saw, therefore removing the need for full teardown and reducing labour intensity
Most companies are trying to reduce their labour intensity
with more mechanisation and one would expect to see quite a lot more job cutting.
This paper examines the relevance of East Asian experience for increased labour intensity
in agriculture in Bangladesh in the post-'Green Revolution' period.
Downstream industries - which are also capital-intensive but have significantly higher labour intensity
requirements - are more likely to be able to meet the challenge of long-term, sustainable growth," he added.
Spending on construction also generates a relatively high level of employment, compared to other sectors, because projects tend to require a high labour intensity
Together, occupational and educational attributes characterise the IT labour intensity
of a firm, an industry, or the aggregate economy.