job study

job study

[′jäb ‚stəd·ē]
(industrial engineering)
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Half of recent college graduates lack full-time job study says.
End of 2015 Time Job study reported 70% of company employees in India are not paid fairly.
These IGOs also continue to advocate structural reforms of labour markets, despite these policies, which were articulated in the OECD Job Study (1994), being largely discredited.
Tim Parker, regional officer for manufacturing union Amicus, said "job study engineers" were looking into the matter.
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Appendices include a reading list, job study tutorial, data collection forms, assessment strategies and a guide for participating students.