work element

work element

[′wərk ‚el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
In planning a manufacturing process, a single task that cannot be subdivided.
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The figures cover people on Jobseeker's Allowance and those on the out of work element of Universal Credit.
While the girls and one boy practised safety procedures, there was much stressing of the hard work element.
Commenting on the occasion, Professor Ajaka said, "The Ministry of Economy and Trade, backed up by the Lebanese government, is increasingly supporting investments in sectors that use technology as its main work element due to the great potential and promising growth that lies in store for them and further invites investors to invest due to the high rate of return.
Although the occasion would be mainly about bonding, there would be a work element too.
In the human health and social work element of that sector the number of jobs inWales increased 31,000 over the period > to 198,000.
Overtly breaking out each work element into the specific tasks needed to complete it drives the project forward.
However, the successful Wheels to Work element of that programme had the most impact and was most valued by partners.
Huw Edwards, defending, said Sullivan had applied himself to the community order so well he'd completed the unpaid work element in three weeks, but was now continuing the work voluntarily.
Rather than having to wait while all the other work elements in a batch are processed, a work element in single-piece flow is immediately sent on to the next step once it is completed.
But he had completed the 120 hours of unpaid work element of the order.
Just make sure the fun doesn't outweigh the work element as it has done many times in the past to your cost.
Dale Bolland, of the Ouseburn Regeneration Team at Newcastle City Council, said: "We are pleased to see Lime Square completed as a key live and work element of the developing Ouseburn.