work unit

NOUN
  1. a unit of measurement for work
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How To Use work unit In A Sentence

  • They form the village gangs, work units and fraternities that turn communities into dehumanizing places. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The fiber-to-the-curb architecture provides high-capacity switched digital network services to optical network units serving multiple residences.
  • The second generation design (P2) originally relied on a stronger material called maraging steel which provides a more efficient rotor design and improved speed, hence yielding a higher Separating Work Unit (SWU). IAEA's Report on Iran's P2 Centrifuge Design, or is it really P3?
  • One disadvantage of ranking techniques is that they only provide feedback to employees regarding their relative standings in the work unit. Human Resource Management in Government
  • By the time he was assigned to work at the electronics store in the late seventies, sports had been officially rehabilitated, and Shen’s work unit fielded a variety of teams to compete in a kind of intercity workers’ league. THE SECOND MARK
  • A number of companies specialise in selling live/work units. Times, Sunday Times
  • Furthermore, his administrative relation is still associated with the work unit.
  • Flexibility can be a delicate issue, particularly in a work unit with an inflexible boss.
  • If the idea of long-term employment with the same firm, or the notion that full-time employment has some connotation of stability or fixedness about it, are history -- and they are -- can the concept of a full-time, salaried work unit survive? Liz Ryan: Welcome to the Antique Shop Part Three: Will Granular Work Replace the Full-time Work Week?
  • And many work units are virtual disaster areas in terms of fairness and worker satisfaction.
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