shop floor

NOUN
  1. workplace consisting of the part of a factory housing the machines
    the productive work is done on the shop floor
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How To Use shop floor In A Sentence

  • As sales move from stores to the internet, the cost of staff on the shop floor becomes harder to justify. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cost must be controlled, not just on the shop floor but in the boardroom too.
  • Staff working in the office, on the shop floor and in the warehouse may well communicate via the internal telephone system.
  • the productive work is done on the shop floor
  • As the afternoon sun sank lower, the long beams slanting across the coffee shop floor made me want to curl up and sleep like a lazy cat.
  • Darwin is loose on the shop floor, and industry has become a branch of the biological sciences.
  • A spokesman for the company, Mark Petrarca, says its emissions reports are accurate but that its manganese is trapped in flakes that usually fall to the shop floor and are moved off the site. 'Lip service' to kids
  • Cost must be controlled, not just on the shop floor but in the boardroom too.
  • Silvia (who makes an omelette to die for and has a nice line in flimsy clothing) works on the shop floor at the local underwear factory.
  • The deal is also expected to further erode job classifications and shop floor protections, and grant the auto companies substantial leeway in moving workers from job to job and plant to plant.
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