work load

NOUN
  1. work that a person is expected to do in a specified time
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How To Use work load In A Sentence

  • But seriously though, I think I'll be able to update sooner since my work load is cutting down.
  • Should they be blogging regularly or only when they have a light work load?
  • She indicated that the government strategy had been to agree to the raise in exchange for not filling open vacancies and increasing the work load on the remaining workers.
  • One officer may sleep if the work load is light, while the other monitors the flight.
  • For the furtherance of his own career and self-aggrandisement, Hain knowingly accepted the work load of two departments. Archive 2008-01-01
  • In the absence of any fresh recruitment in the banks and a substantial increase in the volume of business, the work load on the employees and the officers had also increased.
  • For the furtherance of his own career and self-aggrandisement, Hain knowingly accepted the work load of two departments. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Sure, there is talk of flextime, day care, and job-sharing, but these reforms just rearrange when women do the same amount of caretaking work-they don't lessen the overall work load.
  • But most lament that they are unable due to work loads and pressures from bosses.
  • Her diet was sensible and work load was not causing her undue stress.
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