In some cases, even make a transition to actually become a 'producer' rather than hired labor.
What does HL stand for?
HL stands for Hired Labor (USACE)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 67 other meanings of HL in our Acronym Attic
- Hierarchical Leader-based (routing scheme)
- High Land
- High Level
- High Limit
- High Temperature Limit
- Higher Level (course)
- Highlander (cartoon)
- Hinge Line
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cerda works with agricultural employers to assist with hiring workers and provides education and counseling about the Department of Labor rules and regulations governing the guest worker and other hired labor in agriculture.
For this text and the issue of hired labor in the Neo-Assyrian Empire see now Radner 2007: 207-8.
With the help of locally hired labor, he supervised preparation of 2 hot meals, which were usually the pinnacle of our day.
As for hired labor, the cooperative and the producers are fully entitled to hire additional people when it is harvest time; there is no limitation on that, as long as it is occasional.
cheese and wheat) to a capitalized country economy where connections between farm and community, between family and farming, among family, community and hired labor, and, in McMurry's case, the ecological connection among crops, animals and farm products, all decreased or dissolved.
In effect, dependence on hired labor suspends Say's Law by making labor costs downwardly rigid.