time saved

time saved

the difference between the time allowed for completing a work task, the ‘standard time’ (see WORK MEASUREMENT) and the actual time taken. INCENTIVE BONUS SCHEMES often use a percentage of the time saved in their bonus calculations.
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Nothing but my cool behavior at this critical time saved us from another panic.
Lowell wrote me about something of mine that he had been reading: "You must sweat the Heine out of your bones as men do mercury," and his kindness for me would not be content with less than the entire expulsion of the poison that had in its good time saved my life.
At present, I said, the students of philosophy are quite young; beginning when they are hardly past childhood, they devote only the time saved from moneymaking and housekeeping to such pursuits; and even those of them who are reputed to have most of the philosophic spirit, when they come within sight of the great difficulty of the subject, I mean dialectic, take themselves off.
they respect the dead, and it has this time saved their own lives, and, it may be, the lives of better men too."
The benefits could be realised through savings in drug costs and consumables, as well as time saved in preparing and administering trastuzumab SC and reducing drug wastage compared to IV.
The tool was designed to provide a high level overview of the hours, productivity, and the value of time saved.
These journeys to and from the stations are the cause of my concern, which is, that the usual ongoing delays, traffic jams and road-works on existing roads that frequently disrupt road travel plans will still be there, and will cancel out the time saved on the train journey.
The time saved is equivalent to the time it took to build the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco (4 years), the Sydney Harbour Bridge (8 years), the Eiffel Tower in Paris (2 years) and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which is the world s tallest building (6 years).
The introduction of this final part of the plan has also meant that JSA s customer service team can devote the time saved to provide added value for its customers and ensure that they continue to receive first class customer service.
The company claims larger firms looking to become leaner see an opportunity to cut costs and time, by outsourcing their accounts work, while for SMEs the time saved sorting out all the complex issues surrounding payrolls means more time can be put into improving production or service.
The GAO said that the CMS has reduced payments for some imaging and surgical services furnished together, but even those don't reflect physician time saved. "For example, when two services are furnished together, a physician reviews a patient's medical records once, but the time for that activity is generally reflected in fees paid for both services," according to the GAO's summary of its report.
Another focuses on the time saved using swiftcover.com's service, particularly the ability to request a quote in 60 seconds.