Labour to Total Labour
= fixed labour costs (including benefits) / total labour
costs (including benefits)
extent to which labour costs are fixed.
A low percent
is preferred, especially in industries with volatile
demands or seasonality.
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The fixed labour to total labour ratio is listed in
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