a written order to a worker or group of workers to perform a certain job.
- Job-order costing
[job-awr-der] /ˈdʒɒbˌɔr dər/ noun 1. 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 pop
verb phrase To inject narcotics intravenously, usually into the arm (1960s+ Narcotics)
noun 1. a printer who does letterheads, invoices, announcements, and other miscellaneous work, as distinguished from one who works solely on books, periodicals, etc.
- Job rotation
noun 1. the practice of transferring an employee from one work station or activity to another during the working day in order to add variety to a job: often used in assembly line work noun the process of moving employees to different tasks or departments to promote overall experience and to counteract tedium