Labor hours definition

Labor hours means the total hours for workers who are receiving an hourly wage and who are directly employed for the public works project. "Labor hours" includes hours performed by workers employed by the contractor and subcontractors on the public works project. "Labor hours" does not include hours worked by the forepersons, superintendents, owners, and workers who are not subject to prevailing wage requirements.
Labor hours means the total hours of laborers, workers, or mechanics receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed by the contractor and all subcontractors working upon the project. Labor hours does not include hours worked by foremen, superintendents, or owners except where the hours worked are counted in satisfying the re- quired apprentice to journey supervision ratio as required by appren- ticeship standards.

Examples of Labor hours in a sentence

  • Time Sheet - Labor hours are accurately recorded and any corrections to timekeeping records, including the appropriate authorizations and approvals, are documented.

  • Labor hours for machinery operation is calculated at 20% higher than the actual operation time to account for such activities as equipment setup, moving, maintenance and repair.We used hourly wage rates of $9.25 for machine labor and $7.45 for non- machine workers.

  • Labor hours were tracked for each QA/QC technician throughout the multi-phase process for updated estimation of QA/QC labor hour costs and comparison to those originally estimated by Li et al.


More Definitions of Labor hours

Labor hours means the total hours of workers receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed at the work site. “Labor hours” shall include hours performed by workers employed by the contractor and all subcontractors working at the work site. “Labor hours” shall not include hours worked by non-working foremen, superintendents, owners and workers who are not subject to prevailing wage requirements.
Labor hours means the total number of projected hours or actual hours to be worked or that have been worked by workers receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed on the site of the public works project. Labor Hours shall also include hours worked by workers employed by subcontractors on the project. Labor Hours shall not include hours worked by supervisors, professionals, or clerical workers.
Labor hours means the total hours of workers receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed on the site of the public works project. "Labor hours" shall include hours performed by workers employed by the contractor and all subcontractors working on the project. "Labor hours" shall exclude hours worked by foremen, superintendents, owners and workers who are not subject to prevailing wage requirements. (Ord. 120181 § 120, 2000; Ord. 118834 § 1(part), 1997.)
Labor hours means the total hours of workers receiving an
Labor hours means hours performed on covered projects by workers who are subject to prevailing wages under chapter 39.12 RCW.
Labor hours means the actual number of hours worked by workers receiving an hourly wage who are employed on the site of a Public Work or Improvement, and who are subject to state or federal prevailing wage requirements. The term “Labor Hours” shall include hours performed by workers employed by the Contractor or Service Provider and all Subcontractors, and shall include additional hours worked as a result of a contract or project adjustment or pursuant to an agreed upon change order. The term “Labor Hours” shall not include hours worked by workers who are not subject to the prevailing wage requirements set forth in either RCW 39.12 or the Davis-Bacon Act - 40 U.S.C. 276 (a).
Labor hours means the total hours of workers receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed on the site of the project. This includes hours performed by workers employed by the contractor and all subcontractors working on the project but does not include hours worked by foremen, superintendents, and owners.