productiveness


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the quality of being productive or having the power to produce

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where [R.sub.WP]--employees' work productiveness growth rate at the IEA sphere of the enterprise; [R.sub.W]--employees' average wages growth rate at IEA sphere; incoming complaints level:
In contrast, productiveness is a measure of the quality of being productive or the capacity for producing.
Moreover, this investment will increase the number of employees in company's production process by at least 50 persons, and the boosted efficiency and productiveness will then contribute for higher export, i.e.
He told Executive that the lack of a new insurance law is to blame for many shortcomings in developing the sector and for hindering better supervision, and the implementation of this new law would boost the productiveness of insurers.
The works in this show captured the productiveness of both linguistic and cultural miscommunication--the result of a cross-pollination of disparate themes.
2) Technological efficiency and productiveness versus human efficiency and productiveness
Up to this point in Chapter 25 Marx's discussion of the law of accumulation is based on an assumed unchanging and thus consistent level of productiveness of labor through revolutions in the means of production.
In her latest book, the high priestess of the cult of rationality provides her readers with all the magical incantations: reason, purpose, self-esteem, rationality, productiveness, and pride.
Mohammad Yunus underscored the productiveness of his meeting Tuesday, with His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
In addition, in Strategic approach (SA), learners employ and emphasise the productiveness of what they have been studying.
Its productiveness would then lie in its recreation and preservation rather than its undoing.
Focusing on physical violence--autotelic (destruction of bodies), locative (domination over bodies in a certain space), and raptive (possessing the body)--this volume originates from seven sessions at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds in 2012, and demonstrates the importance and productiveness of interdisciplinary cooperation between literature and history studies.
It was a positive thing for us and the record undoubtedly, and his own positivity and productiveness we sorely needed.
Working independently, the Second Screen can be set up as an 'always on' display to enhance the V10's productiveness all without impacting battery life.
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