Furthermore, the same hotels allocated their direct and indirect labour
costs and some direct operating expenses like china, glassware, silver and linen using a variety of allocation methods.
Many of the cuts affected BT's indirect labour
force such as agency workers, contractors and offshore staff.
The cuts will mainly affect BT's indirect labour
force such as agency workers, contractors and offshore staff, including those based in India.
The cuts, part of an on-going efficiency programme, will mainly affect BT's indirect labour
force including agency workers, contractors and offshore staff.
The cuts are part of an ongoing efficiency programme and will mainly hit BT's indirect labour
The factory was like a little village, very self-sufficient with its own indirect labour
-plumbers, electricians, carpenters and fabricators.
This would require re-establishing competitive labour cost structures by reducing indirect labour
costs, easing excessive labour market regulation and developing more entrepreneurial and innovative work patterns.And last but not least, UNICE is appealing to the Summiteers to link education and training policies to employment.
Direct and indirect labour
typically make up the second largest component (after transport/logistics) of the delivered cost of coal, in Poland accounting for roughly 17-25% of the total.
The rate of inflation could rise to 2 1/2 per cent in the first half of 1996, reflecting the VAT rate increase, but might fall back in the second half due to the reduction in indirect labour
One caveat that surfaced several times, however, was that indirect labour
can quickly become prohibitive if not managed very carefully.
Both direct as well as indirect labour
was decreased while shifting from manual harvesting to mechanical harvesting.
For example, on page 9 the report laments the shift from "direct to indirect labour
" and from "indirect to direct labour"; on pages 28-30, it complains that some jobs have become too enriched and others have become too repetitive.