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DIVISION, Eng. law. A particular and ascertained part of a county. In Lincolnshire, division means what riding does in Yorkshire.

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Rather, it is the suffocating practical circularity of the prevailing social division of labor. For the latter assigns to labor itself the key role in sustaining the social metabolism, structurally constraining labor thereby with regard to its feasible margin of emancipatory and self-emancipatory action.
In this context, the present paper shows the importance of the initiation of division of labor that highlights a firm targeting larger volume of output that permits the sub-division of the business into many specialized sub-tasks.
The bargaining team members work different shifts and thus can not meet to devise a position to negotiate with the city instead of taking complaints to an agency such as the Division of Labor Relations, he said.
Countries which see themselves as losers in the globalization process will resort to short-term isolation measures that endanger both the progress already made and further progress in the global division of labor.
Well, it's true that the advantages of the division of labor should not be lightly dismissed.
Thus far, we are on the familiar terrain of Edward Said's Orientalism.(9) The resulting intellectual division of labor laid out a historiographical landscape marked by a series of binary categories (themselves derivative of the orientalist gaze): colonizer/colonized, European/non-European, male/female, colonialist/nationalist and collaborator/resister.
First, they assumed that efficiency requires not simply the division of tasks (the technical division of labor) but also the assignment of those tasks to individual persons (the social division of labor).
The traditional division of labor in industry is obsolete; to deliver better products at lower cost in less time requires that we change the way we do work.
The Department of Industrial Relations Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, also known as the Labor Commissioners Office, inspects workplaces for wage and hour violations, adjudicates wage claims, investigates retaliation complaints, issues licenses and registrations for businesses, enforces prevailing wage rates and apprenticeship standards in public works projects, and educates the public on labor laws.
There are also theories of firms that highlight the specificity of 'human capital' at the level of firms, which is based on the sophisticated production structure (division of labor) that leads to resource heterogeneity and complexities (and uncertainty)--reflecting absence of universal markets.
Contract notice: evaluation and evaluation of the overall control of wiener linien, as well as the evaluation of the division of labor in accounting in preparation for the implementation of s / 4hana

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