continuous work

continuous work

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′wərk]
(industrial engineering)
A sustained and uninterrupted work activity, for example, exertion of a muscular force.
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In nineteen years of continuous work I have taken but one vacation.
Many startling successes and a few unavoidable failures were the outcome of this long period of continuous work.
Established 24 yrs, full service model & talent agency has continuous work from casting directors plus a steady stream of new talent looking to begin their careers.
Park Cakes had introduced new contracts at lower pay for new workers, claiming it could not afford to offer the former pay and conditions after the Agency Workers Directive came into force in October, requiring companies to give agency workers the same pay and conditions as full-time staff following 12 weeks of continuous work.
Cllr Chris Blakeley, Wirral's cabinet member for housing and community safety, said: "This week is a great opportunity to reassure residents about the continuous work that is undertaken to address this issue and respond to their concerns.
Apple found at least 55 of its 102 Chinese suppliers made staff work at least 60 hours a week, with one imposing "seven days continuous work.
This port, in just its fourth shipment in 2009, was able to upload 4,200 tons of the produce in 45 hours of continuous work.
The desire to achieve a continuous work flow on the plant floor was matched by innovative thinking, a strong employee culture and the opportunity to build from scratch.
reaffirmed continuous work on concluding regional and bilateral free trade agreements in the region, while encouraging the development of model measures by 2008.
The largest, called ``Grand Auction'' and close to six feet tall, took him 14 months and 14 days of continuous work to complete, he said.
A spokesperson for the TWU said that the new shift would have a massive impact on its workers, with the number of shift cycles with continuous work patterns seen as excessive by employees, and that the airline needed to consult with its workers before making changes, reports ABC News Online.
Each tag has 128 bytes of memory that can be accessed one billion times, giving it a continuous work life of about ten years.

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