[job-awr-der] /ˈdʒɒbˌɔr dər/
a method of cost accounting by which the total cost of a given unit or quantity is determined by computing the costs that go into making a product as it moves through the manufacturing process.
[job] /dʒɒb/ noun, U.S. Government. 1. an organization within the Department of Labor that operates rural conservation camps and urban training centers for poor youths. /dʒɒb/ noun 1. (US) a Federal organization established in 1964 to train unemployed youths in order to make it easier for them to find work
noun 1. an abstract of a job analysis containing the classification of and requirements for a job, used in hiring and placing prospective employees. noun 1. a detailed written account, agreed between management and worker, of all the duties and responsibilities which together make up a particular job noun a formal explanation of an employee’s […]
- Job enlargement
noun 1. a widening of the range of tasks performed by an employee in order to provide variety in the activities undertaken
- Job entry system
operating system (JES) An IBM mainframe term. There are really two JESs. JES2 is smaller and simpler, and can handle 99.99% of most jobs that run on IBM’s MVS operating system. JES3 is much bigger and requires really big iron to run. (1996-03-23)