Translation of shop floor in Spanish:

shop floor

taller, n.

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    (part of factory) taller masculine
    (workers) obreros masculine
    (workers) trabajadores masculine
    (as union members) bases sindicales feminine
    she worked her way up from the shop floor empezó desde abajo
    • the angry mood on the shop floor el descontento entre los trabajadores / obreros
    • Is the shop floor worker to dictate to his manager what should be produced?
    • In particular, the production process on the shop floor of clothing firms is often intensive.
    • Some of the mostly male workers on the shop floor looked at their feet and avoided eye contact, she recalls.
    • My purpose is to examine how we might more successfully understand the shop floor politics of workers.
    • The incidence of sexual harassment is no higher in the world of finance than it is in the factory floor, the shop floor or the home.
    • Most of the 500 shop floor workers are in the TGWU union, who narrowly voted for the pay offer.
    • He appears to feel no responsibility to his shop-floor employees, most of them parents themselves.
    • If he is still working, he is likely to be walking around the shop floor, learning about the company from the bottom up, as always.
    • I cannot see my staff on the shop floor because it is so busy.
    • Their first week is likely to be made up of induction training in the mornings and gaining product knowledge on the shop floor in the afternoons.
    • They say Leighton has a knack of gaining the respect of employees, particularly at the shop floor end of the businesses he is involved with.
    • The former warehouse operative said she was unable to work properly and was moved from the shop floor to provide oral training to new starters.
    • A spokesman for Portakabin said approximately 40 jobs would be axed from the shop floor and eight from the offices.
    • Cast your eye around the office or across the shop floor.
    • They have lost patience with politicians and have simply gone ahead with their own reform plans - in the boardroom and on the shop floor.
    • This meant there were fewer people doing more, and working longer hours, in intrinsically insecure jobs from top floor to the shop floor.
    • Miles Hilton, 53, of Huncoat, is the shop floor representative and has worked at the firm for 30 years.
    • I've always been the person on the shop floor - I've always been hands-on.
    • Believe it or not, this has been voted on and recommended for acceptance by the stewards' committee without ever asking the shop floor workers.
    • But it's understood the firm will look to shed about 50 jobs from the shop floor with the remaining workers to go from offices.