Definitions for "division of labor"
Keywords:  worker, labor, task, assembly, smith
Division of labor refers to the process where individual employees and their...
The increasing specialization of occupations and specific tasks within occupations. The Division of Labor becomes more evident with increasing industrialism and modernity in societies.
Splitting a production process across multiple workers, each performing a different task repeatedly rather than having a single worker perform all tasks. Adam Smith (1776) pointed out the increased productivity that can result, as well as the potential for gains from trade when division of labor takes place across countries.
division of responsibilities between the debate speakers esp. as applied to the Neg. Generally, the first Neg argues topicality, terms, inherency, significance, and methodological challenges while the second Neg. argues solvency and disadvantages.