I have two questions adressing the topics 1) working hours and 2) impact category. FYI, I'm using PSILCA V2 via openLCA 1.10.3 for a social hotspot analysis.
1) In the third version of the PSILCA documentation is written that the worker hours are related to 1 USD output for each process (or sector). This means, as I have already tried myself, that the worker hours remain the same regardless of the output. But how do I account the difference in worker hours for a sector A that has twice the relevance in terms of weight/economic value compared to a second sector B, if the worker hours do not adjust to the output. I had assumed that a higher output is also accompanied by a higher worker hours, or am i wrong with this assumption?
2) As I have seen in several screenshots from PSILCA, the social indicators are always categorized by stakeholder and impact categories. In my version, this categorization is not present. This means that in the impact assessment, for example, I can only evaluate the social contributions of each flow, but not by impact categories. Does this depend on the database type (Starter, Professional or Developer)?
I am grateful for your help. Thanks!