work task

work task

[′wərk ‚task]
(industrial engineering)
A specified amount of work, set of responsibilities, or occupation assigned to an individual or to a group.
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The alliance was recently selected by the Governor's Future of Work Task Force to develop a research paper called: "New Jersey Big Data Workforce Roadmap: An Examination of the Challenges and Opportunities for New Jersey's Workforce to Successfully Compete in the Data-Driven Economy." This included a research team from Rutgers University and Montclair State University.
Another key element: Show you're willing to serve, even if the work task isn't the most enjoyable thing in the world.
Motivate Yourself with Rewards: Halfway through your homework or work task? Grab a quick cup of coffee or water, or go for a walk.
A production planner needs information not only regarding assignment or work task loads but also regarding resource capacity as shown in Fig.
READING the letter from DW concerning the assessment this person has had to undergo for the Department of Work and Pensions and taking into account the medical condition of this contributor, many will come to the conclusion that this new work task does not fit the purpose.
His backing comes in response to a report out this week from the social work task force, who were set up in the wake of the death of at-risk toddler Baby P.
Your first task is to define your work task history--not titles, but your skills, qualifications, and natural talents.
As workers, we are too busy to focus on learning a new complex system; the focus should be on the required work task we are performing, not the system or tool we are using.
In a different study, Prediger and Swaney studied the work task dimensions that underlie the World of Work Map (WWM).