labour productivity

labour productivity
darbo našumas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Pagamintos produkcijos ir jai pagaminti sunaudoto laiko santykis. Jis išreiškiamas formule N = M : D, kur N – individualus darbo našumas (išdirbis), M – pagamintos produkcijos kiekis, D – darbo sąnaudos, matuojamos darbo laiku. Gautas darbo rezultatas lyginamas su išdirbio normomis arba su kitų darbo kolektyvo narių išdirbiu, ir sužinomas jo reikšmingumas. Per studentų gamybinę praktiką, mokinių darbo mokymo pratybas ugdomas darbo našumas ir gebėjimas jį apskaičiuoti. atitikmenys: angl. labour productivity vok. Arbeitsproduktivität rus. производительность труда

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