standard hour

standard hour

[′stan·dərd ′au̇r]
(industrial engineering)
The quantity of output required of an operator to meet an hourly production quota. Also known as allowed hour.
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An examination of the annual and hourly earnings of various occupations allows one compose the standard hour of duties of the librarian in a given week of equivalent duties.
27 Manchester to Huddersfield service so as not to conflict with other operators' standard hour running.
There are two ways to value LETS units, one based on the rate for a standard hour of work (similar to Ithaca Hours), the other pegged to the national currency.
8221; than the standard hour and a half soiree may arrange to have a Fantasy Fitness Dance Leader conduct them in a basic hour-long dance tutorial in keeping with the theme
It's the latest incarnation of the standard hour at the cop shop.
The motivation of working beyond standard hours is no different from that which drives many of our countrymen to seek employment abroad.
Qualified to degree level, with Marketing degree preferably, and a keen interest in Marketing Flexible and willing to work outside of standard hours as required.
The panel was impressed by the "innovative approach" of the firm where a commitment to flexible working sees almost 40 per cent of staffwork outwith standard hours.
Hundreds of other Scotiabank employees, who had claimed they were denied overtime pay while being assigned more work than could be completed within their standard hours, joined the class action.
Families can't always call a helpline or talk to a professional between the standard hours of 9-5, and online information means we can seek out information any time, day or night.
Physical inactivity can increase the risk of stroke through various biological mechanisms and heavy alcohol consumption --a risk factor for all types of stroke--might be a contributing factor because employees working long hours seem to be slightly more prone to risky drinking than are those who work standard hours.
For a minority of workers, overtime hours are remunerated at the same rate as standard hours or even at a reduced rate.

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