indirect labor

indirect labor
noun
1. : labor (as clerks, repair men, maintenance men) applied indirectly to a product in the manufacturing process so that the cost is not computable in, identifiable with, or chargeable directly to the specific product — compare direct labor
2. : the wages paid to workers who are classed as indirect labor

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labor performed, as by maintenance and clerical workers, that is not considered in computing costs per unit of production. Cf. direct labor.

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