piecework, if properly done, is nearly always cheaper than day work, and is better for the employés and the employer.
We were all, even I after the third day, on piecework at our table, except Nancy.
In order to attain this improved efficiency the most important practical aid is piecework.
The growth of piecework and of sliding scales has effected something.
It was piecework, and the more skilful he was, the bigger wages he earned.
In the shell-loading plants and piecework occupations, however, their wages were much higher.
If the phrase refers to jobs where women are competing on piecework with men, no one will object to it.
She had earned as much as twenty-five dollars a week in her old job at the tin can company, piecework.
I ask Ida when she will put me on piecework—it seems the great ambition of my life is to feel I am on piecework.
The ordinary collier is paid by piecework—so much per ton for all the coal he hews.