Labour implementation and efficiency of the foodstuffs wholesales
M. Vicen, I. Ubrežiováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5333-AGRICECONCitation:Vicen M., Ubrežiová I. (2002): Labour implementation and efficiency of the foodstuffs wholesales. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 347-352.
The analysis is made in the set of the selected foodstuffs wholesales in the Slovak Republic and shows their differences from the viewpoint of the size (sale place 15 m2–1 300 m2 , storage space 106 m2–6 500 m2 ), number of workers (1–81) and yearly turnover (219 thousand SKK–2 748 thousand SKK). The main part of wholesales is operated by owners (83%) and a small part (17%) is on lease. From the viewpoint of location, the wholesales are situated in the centre of town (50%) and village (27%). The rest is located in the habitations and suburbs of town. The competitive wholesales (43%) are situated in the distance from 11 to 500 m. The highest labour productivity was obtained at the wholesale with location in the suburbs of town and the distance from competitive firms is about 500–1 000 m. Suitable results were achieved in the wholesales on lease with location in the suburbs of towns. The efficiency of wholesales was affected by the main factors, including the number of workers, size of sale place and storage space which determined up to the 92% of the volume of yearly turnover.Keywords:
foodstuffs wholesales, sale place, storage space, yearly turnover, labour productivity