effort rating

effort rating

[′ef·ərt ‚rād·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Assessing the level of manual effort expended by the operator, based on the observer's concept of normal effort, in order to adjust time-study data. Also known as pace rating; performance rating.
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We then computed Cronbach's alpha to investigate internal consistency of mental effort rating at both lowest and highest complexity points.
So although it spends $14,554 in local revenue per child, its effort rating is much lower, 14.
Its per-pupil spending is $8,223, and its effort rating of 5.
Highest District Effort: Atlanta Public Schools takes the state's top effort award, spending more than $10,000 in local revenue per student for an effort rating of 29.
Low Achievers across Learning Status: Teacher and Student Ratings of Effort and Strategy Use Student Ratings Variable High-average Achievers Low Achievers Effort Rating 4.
Table 8 High-Average Achieving Students: Teacher and Student Ratings of Effort and Strategy Use for Students with and without LD Student Ratings Variable LD Non-LD Effort Rating 3.
Table 9 Low-Achieving Students: Teacher and Student Ratings of Effort and Strategy Use for Students with and without LD Student Ratings Variable LD Non-LD Effort Rating 3.
para]]Fifth Annual Temkin Effort Ratings Evaluates 293 Companies Across 20 Industries[[/para]]
S consumers, Hannaford's and Publix took the top spots in the 2015 Temkin Effort Ratings, which rates how easy or difficult companies are to work with.
The planning process whittles overly optimistic, unfeasible proposals down to a feasible plan in two ways: Consumers requesting more than their effort ratings warrant are forced to either reduce their requests or shift their requests to less socially costly items if they expect to win the approval of other consumer councils who have no reason to approve consumption requests whose social costs are not justified by the sacrifices of those making them.
It means the federation will be permitted to buy more public goods for its members to consume than would otherwise be possible given the effort ratings of its members.
Coach Reps to Anticipate Emotional Reactions - Encourage reps to use specific, targeted language to guide customer interactions to a more appealing end result; those who do generate up to 80 percent better quality ratings and 75 percent lower effort ratings.