Time Worked

Time Worked

 

the time of actual employment of production workers at an enterprise. Indexes of time worked are used to analyze the efficiency with which working time is expended. In the USSR, time worked is measured in man-days and man-hours, as tabulated in timekeeping records. Any day when a worker appears at the enterprise and begins working is considered a man-day worked. Time worked covers all man-days worked, including not only ordinary workdays but holiday overtime, days spent on work-related trips, and days during which workers are used in other jobs because of downtime in the primary job. Man-hours worked, that is, the regular and overtime hours an employee actually works, is a more exact measure of labor, because it does not include long breaks in work, downtime, or lateness. In some cases, actual work time is recorded in minutes, which makes it possible to determine the use of the working day with greater precision.

References in classic literature ?
The frenzies of the chase had by this time worked them bubblingly up, like old wine worked anew.
Sixty-one percent of business owners age 18-34 prefer tracking time using a website or mobile application, while nearly half (47%) of business owners age 50 or older prefer to track time worked via paper timesheet.
While those options appear to be both simple and free, organizations that choose to go that route are missing out on saving time, money, and insight into their workforce that ultimately provides employees with simplified methods to record their time worked.
While the primary function of any time and attendance solution is to capture time worked, many of todays solutions offer secondary features and functions that can increase efficiency and save time.
6 percent of women employed full time worked on an average weekday, compared with 35.