National direct costs
attributable to AORC increased 24% during 1997-2003, from $64.
If you sell enough to cover direct costs
and overhead, you've broken even, and hopefully taken a decent salary home, too.
Their weighted average direct costs
rose and productivity fell in servicing last year, as waves of payoffs and loan setups tested servicing shops around the country.
75 percent of the average annual qualified direct costs
for SUB or severance benefits for any two of the immediately preceding seven taxable years; and
Centers that choose to apply for a Community Outreach and Education Core are eligible for additional $100,000 direct costs
categories including one for all "insurance required by reason of the performance of the extra work") as compensation for all other items of cost or expense including administrative, overhead, superintendence, and small tools;
In a sister survey of business executives from diverse locations, company sizes and industries, the insurer found that businesses faced between $2 and $5 of indirect costs--mainly, lost productivity and overtime--for each $1 of direct costs
He noted three benefits from improved workplace safety: It reduces employee pain and suffering; helps avoid the direct cost
of workplace injuries -- such as wage replacement payments and medical care expenses; and prevents the indirect cost of the accidents, such as lower morale, lost productivity and the cost of hiring or training overtime or temporary replacement workers.
Many companies and analysts believed that direct cost
was the most important factor to consider in evaluating a mortgage servicer's performance.
However, the court explained that the consumer must bear the direct cost
of returning the goods.
Liberty Mutual identified the leading causes of workplace injuries and illness and associated direct cost
, using its own claims data and findings from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Academy of Social Insurance.