working life


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working life

[‚wərk·iŋ ‚līf]
(chemical engineering)

working life

The period of time during which a liquid resin or adhesive, after mixing with catalyst, solvent, or other ingredients, remains usable; pot life.
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Such a one, a big steamship, too, whose working life had been a record of faithful keeping time from land to land, in disregard of wind and sea, once lost her propeller down south, on her passage out to New Zealand.
And now, because my mind was not confused enough before, I complicated its confusion fifty thousand-fold, by having states and seasons when I was clear that Biddy was immeasurably better than Estella, and that the plain honest working life to which I was born, had nothing in it to be ashamed of, but offered me sufficient means of self-respect and happiness.
But when work won't maintain me like a human creetur; when my living is so bad, that I am Hungry, out of doors and in; when I see a whole working life begin that way, go on that way, and end that way, without a chance or change; then I say to the gentlefolks "Keep away from me
Sharma and Gupta suggested that quality of working life is a vital factor for organizational performance and an effective factor to motivate staff at work (3).
Enabling employees to feel more in control of their working life can lead to increased productivity, lower absenteeism and a happier workforce.
Difficult economic conditions and the effects of the crisis have had a negative impact on Middle Eastern working life by forcing staff to take on additional duties.
Choosing Joy At Work is very strongly recommended for all readers acting as administrators or managers for businesses, but more particularly to anyone facing life with an unsatisfactory perspective of their own working life and workplace environment, searching for an intelligible and pragmatic approach to a better, less compromising and happier working life.