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main. Labor Utilization Rate. Some products are to be assembled using prefabricated parts. An employee usually completes 10 products per hour. The employee only works for 8 hours and completes 90 units.

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2. Labor Utilization Rate Some products are to be assembled using prefabricated parts. An employee usually completes 10 products per hour. The employee only works for 8 hours and completes 90 units. TARGET TIME = 90 products * STANDARD TIME= 90 products * 1 hour / 10 motors = 9 hours STANDARD TIME = 1 hour / 10 motors ACTUAL TIME = 8 hours Target Time Labor Utilization Rate = 9 hours / 8 hours = 112. 5% Labor Utilization Rate Actual Time The employee’s hourly wage for the 8 hours worked is 12.5% higher than usual. Labor Utilization Rate

4. Resolving the task Statement of the problem 1) Calculating the repairman remuneration per month regardless of attaining the plan by operators:working days per month * 8 hours per shift * hourly wage rate =. The repairmen of semi-automatic equipment are paid for their work on indirect incentive piecework system. Norm of maintenance is 12 units of equipment per repairman.Hourly wage rate for repairman is equal to \$ 3.75. 2) Let's evaluate the monthly norm (the plan) for all the operators working at the jobs serviced by repairman: the norm for operator (products per shift) * number of job places * working days per month = products. The operator's output norm for each unit of equipment is 44 products per shift. If the operator performs the norm, the repairman gets 10% bonus of his wage, and 1% - for each 1% of output over the plan. 3) Actual output is 12387 products. It means that the operators have overfulfilled the norm (plan) for: Calculate the monthly repairman remuneration, if there has been produced 12387 products at his job place (23 working days per month, 8 hours per shift). The task

5. Resolving the task Statement of the problem The repairmen of semi-automatic equipment are paid for their work on indirect incentive piecework system. Norm of maintenance is 12 units of equipment per repairman.Hourly wage rate for repairman is equal to \$ 3.75. 1) Remuneration per month regardless of attaining the plan: \$690 2) Monthly norm for all the operators: 12144 products. 3) The norm is overfulfiled for the 2% The operator's output norm for each unit of equipment is 44 products per shift. 4) Since the plan is achieved, the repairman gets the bonus 10% of his month wage rate: \$ 690 * 0,1 = \$ 69 and 1% for each 1% of output above the plan: \$ 690 * 0,01 * 2 % = \$. 13.8 If the operator performs the norm, the repairman gets 10% bonus of his wage, and 1% - for each 1% of output over the plan. Calculate the monthly repairman remuneration, if there has been produced 12387 products at his job place (23 working days per month, 8 hours per shift). 5) Thus, the month remuneration for the repairman will be: \$ \$ 690 + \$ 69 + \$ 13.8 = \$ 772.8 The task

7. For the retrenchment of material costs the bonus is paid in the amount of 30% of the actual amount of costs reduction. Statement of the problem A team of 5 workers completed the job for 21 days instead of 24 days. Resolving the task 1) The bonus for the job-in-time per worker:2500 * 1,1 = 2750 UAH. 2) The bonus for the reduction in job duration: 2500* 0,03 * (24 - 21) = 225 UAH. 3) The remuneration per worker: 2750 + 225 = 2975 UAH. 4) The brigade's bonus for the retrenchment of material costs: 12000 * 0,3 = 3600 UAH. 5) The brigade remuneration: 2975 * 5 + 3600 = 18475 UAH. Direct piecework wage rate for the whole job - 2500 UAH. The retrenchment of material costs has been achieved in the amount of 12 000 UAH. Calculate the total amount of brigade remuneration, if the bonus for the job-in-time is paid in the amount of 10% of wages, and for each day of reduction in job duration - 3% of earnings. The task

8. LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY Labour Productivity

9. TASK 1 Before the revision of the output norms the worker's output was 10,500 units per month (175 working hours per month). After implementing some measures for the organization of labor output norm was set of 70 units per hour. Evaluate the percentage of reducing in regulatory laboriousness of products, and increasing in labor productivity, and what will be the monthly output of the worker? Monthly output of the worker after the revision of the output norms, units: 70 units per hour · 175 hours per moth = 12,250 units per moth Labour productivity

10. TASK 1 Before the revision of the output norms the worker's output was 10,500 units per month (175 working hours per month). After implementing some measures for the organization of labor output norm was set of 70 units per hour. Evaluate the percentage of reducing in regulatory laboriousness of products, and increasing in labor productivity, and what will be the monthly output of the worker? Output norm before the revision, units: 10500 units per month / 175 hours per moth = 60 units per hour Labour productivity

11. TASK 1 Before the revision of the output norms the worker's output was 10,500 units per month (175 working hours per month). After implementing some measures for the organization of labor output norm was set of 70 units per hour. Evaluate the percentage of reducing in regulatory laboriousness of products, and increasing in labor productivity, and what will be the monthly output of the worker? Regulatory laboriousness of products, minutes: Before the revision of the output norms : 60 min. / 60 units per hour = 1,0 min. per unit After the revision of the output norms : 60 min. / 70 units per hour = 0.86 min. per unit Labour productivity

12. TASK 1 Before the revision of the output norms the worker's output was 10,500 units per month (175 working hours per month). After implementing some measures for the organization of labor output norm was set of 70 units per hour. Evaluate the percentage of reducing in regulatory laboriousness of products, and increasing in labor productivity, and what will be the monthly output of the worker? Reducing the regulatory laboriousness of products, %: (1.00 min. – 0.86 min.) * 100 / 1.00 min. = 14.29 % Labour productivity

13. TASK 1 Before the revision of the output norms the worker's output was 10,500 units per month (175 working hours per month). After implementing some measures for the organization of labor output norm was set of 70 units per hour. Evaluate the percentage of reducing in regulatory laboriousness of products, and increasing in labor productivity, and what will be the monthly output of the worker? Increasing in labour productivity, %: (70 units per hour – 60 units per hour) * 100 / 60 units per hour = 16.67 % Labour productivity

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