standard hour

standard hour

[′stan·dərd ′au̇r]
(industrial engineering)
The quantity of output required of an operator to meet an hourly production quota. Also known as allowed hour.
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the cost of one standard hour of work is no more than 24.00 Belarusian rubles without VAT for all types of work.
An examination of the annual and hourly earnings of various occupations allows one compose the standard hour of duties of the librarian in a given week of equivalent duties.
"The new pattern means we have had to remove stops on 17.27 Manchester to Huddersfield service so as not to conflict with other operators' standard hour running.
There are two ways to value LETS units, one based on the rate for a standard hour of work (similar to Ithaca Hours), the other pegged to the national currency.
Using the fixed overhead rate of $1000/2000 or $0.50 per standard hour, we can say that $0.50 x (2000-1800) or $100 of fixed expenses remain unabsorbed because less capacity was used than was expected, and that $0.50 x (1800-1600) or a further $100 are left unabsorbed because the capacity that was used was used with less than standard efficiency.
More!” than the standard hour and a half soiree may arrange to have a Fantasy Fitness Dance Leader conduct them in a basic hour-long dance tutorial in keeping with the theme
The price of the service unit: the cost of the standard hour;price of spare parts
The ATA has issued a fatigue management submission to the National Transport Commission that would provide an extra hour for drivers using the ATA's new version of standard hours; easier-to-use work diaries with less risk of getting fined for paperwork mistakes; an incentive for operators to fit wider sleeper cabs; and more flexibility under a performance-based framework for operators to manage fatigue as a risk.
Indeed, studies have shown that individuals who work 55 hours or more per week have a 1.3 times higher risk of stroke than those working standard hours.
Welcoming the effort, Solomon said Indicators such as hourly wage may be a more accurate reflection of the situation, as any assessment of poverty must be confined to the standard hours of work for a worker and not factor in overtime pay or income received from a second job.
"Our full time staff will continue to receive payment for full time contracted hours in line with NHS terms and conditions which states: "The standard hours of all full-time NHS staff covered by this pay system will be 37.5 hours, excluding meal breaks.
Our analysis of the FFCWB Study showed that many families who worked nonstandard hours also worked standard hours, increasing instability that was associated with problem behaviors in their children.

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