Direct Labor Yield Variance Definition

Direct labor yield variance is the variance used to analyze the effect of changes in labor yield on labor cost. Direct labor yield variance can be computed as:


(Actual units of labor inputs used – allowed for actual outputs) x (Standard average price per unit of labor input).

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