Published: Nov 2012
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Productivity of labor has historically been measured based on the economic definition of productivity, which is defined as a measure of output from a production process, per unit of input. For example, labor productivity is typically measured as a ratio of output per labor-hour of input, at task levels, project levels, and the industry level [1–7].
Paper ID: MNL6520121211005