Indirect Labor

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Indirect Labor: Used to define labor that is necessary to support the manufacturing of a product, but is not directly involved with the actual process of manufacturing the product.

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Indirect Noun Synonyms: roundabout, circuitous, circumambient, devious, tortuous, zigzag, winding, rambling, roving, wandering, erratic, meandering, ambagious, crooked, oblique, twisted, twisting, circumlocutory, periphrastic
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Other Words for Labor

Labor Adjective Synonyms: toil, (hard) work, travail, exertion, effort, laboriousness, strain, drudgery, pains, industry, slavery, donkey-work, sweat, grind, elbow-grease, swot
Labor Noun Synonyms: effort, task, job, chore, undertaking
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Labor Day

Life Style / Holiday / Labor Day: Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to MORE

Labor Force

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Labor Force: The number of employed individuals in the civilian workforce and armed services. MORE

Labor Law Posting

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Labor Law Posting: Federal and state regulations requiring employers to post in conspicuous places a variety of labor law posters, including, but not limited to, information regarding employee rights under EEO, FMLA, OS MORE

Labor Certification

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Labor Certification: Labor certification is a statement from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) that a particular position at a particular company is 'open' because no U.S. workers who satisfy the minimum requirements for MORE

Labor

Business / Finance / Labor: Another term for direct labor. See also salaries and benefits. MORE

Indirect Snap

Entertainment / Football / Indirect Snap: A play in which the ball is handed to the quarterback rather than thrown directly to the ballcarrier by the center as in a direct snap play. So named because the quarterback acts as an intermediary in MORE

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