indirect labor

noun
labor performed, as by maintenance and clerical workers, that is not considered in computing costs per unit of production.
Compare direct labor.
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For purposes of costing a project, it's important to distinguish between direct and indirect labor.
The servicing agency shall maintain auditable records that accurately and consistently support direct and indirect labor charges.
Do not include estimated indirect labor, such as material testing, material production or estimated macroeconomic impacts.
Employees who are considered indirect labor should not be included in the breakdown of direct salaries.
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