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Bedaux system

[ buh-doh ]
/ bəˈdoʊ /
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noun

a system of payment for work on the basis of the number of points of work done in a given amount of time, each point representing one minute of work on a given job at a normal rate of speed.

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Also called Bedaux plan, point system.

Origin of Bedaux system

After Charles Eugène Bedaux (1887–1944), American industrialist
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