Recently I heard about this phrase "get real work done", and I am wondering what are the major (THREE examples is good enough) contexts where one says "get real work done"?
You can use that phrase in any context where previous efforts are felt to lack efficacy, and something has changed that will help to complete the task.
Depending on the the context, the implication can be that people assigned to the task have been slacking off, or they could merely be inexpert, or not strong enough, or lacking the proper equipment, or too few in number, etc.
Now that Kurt is driving the new tractor, we can get some real work done.
Now that Kurt is helping us to paint the room, we can get some real work done.
Now that that jokester Kurt has gone, we can get some real work done.