The work volume reflection in the profit’s mass
At microeconomic level, labour productivity is accepted as a possibility of the man power to produce in a certain period of time, a certain amount of goods (to make a certain volume of works or services). The reflection of work volume in the profit mass provides a company’s activity reliability, based on economic rationality.
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