Labor Rate

Spanish translation: Costo de la Mano de Obra

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English term or phrase:Labor Rate
Spanish translation:Costo de la Mano de Obra
Entered by: Licha

16:37 Feb 28, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: Labor Rate
the number of excess employees multiplied by the total "labor rate"
mr. Chuck
Costo de la Mano de Obra
Explanation:
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Licha
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nacosto/coste de la mano de obra
Gonzalo Tutusaus
naCosto de la Mano de Obra
Licha


  

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3 hrs
Costo de la Mano de Obra


Explanation:
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Licha
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8 hrs
costo/coste de la mano de obra


Explanation:
If they are trying to calculate the total cost of excess labor, as the sentence suggests, the translation would indeed be "costo/coste de la mano de obra", as the first answer indicates.

You should use "costo" if the intended public is Latinamerican, and "coste" if it is for Spain.

Un saludo.

Gonzalo Tutusaus
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