Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 Forecasted Demand 600 750 1000 850 750 700 Month 1-6 if added equals to 4,650. Currently there is 50 units in inventory, ending inventory is 25 with a current worker of 20. The hiring and lay off cost is $100 each and an inventory cost of storage per unit is $5. So 4650+25-50= 4625 units. With that being said we use the formula in which total units/number of periods give us 4625/6= 770.8 units.
If a machine were to be nominally available for 150 hours a week, one would have to take into account downtime, setup, maintenance and other nonproductive factors to figure the estimated practical capacity which is typically 80% of the theoretical capacity so in this case our practical capacity for this machine is 120 hours. In computing practical capacity for labor one must take in to account factors such as lunch breaks, breaks, meetings, and other nonproductive time. For example, if an employee works 8 hours a day 5 days a week the theoretical capacity would be 40 hours a week. This said employee takes a 30 min lunch break every day, 15 min break every day, and has a 15 min production meeting at the beginning of every week. So the practical capacity for this employee would be 36 hours a week.
“By midnight over 36,000 men and 3,200 vehicles, 90 percent of the invasion force, were ashore with casualties of 13 killed, 97 wounded, and 44 missing.” (history.army.mil CMH Pub 72-19). 36th Engineers held the front line on Anzio for fifty days, earning the name “The Little Seahorse Division”, given by the Germans. (globalsecurity.org) On 25 May 1977, 36th Engineers linked up with U.S. II Corps and the Fifth Army forces. Once the link up was made, the Fifth Amy along with the Engineers, merged on the Anzio bank head. The assault was led by General Clark, by the time the Allied forces arrived the Germans had fled.
The SPELIT power matrix. With the SPELIT power matrix, the reasons behind the high employee turnover in KSA Motors fall into six different types of environments, which are necessary for the success of any organization. Implementation of the Kotter eight-step change model The implementation phase of the Kotter model requires two months for each department and the overall process are expected to be due in 12 months. Each of the ten departments will individually be subjected to the model concurrently to the eight steps provided for in the model. For example, the various departments will be subjected to a given step in the transition and after successful undertaking; the process is shifted to the next step of the transition.
Q= 40,000 – (500 *30) = 25,000 cookbooks I estimate that the annual cost of this business will be as follows: Technology (Web design and maintenance) - $5,000 Postage and handling - $1,000 Miscellaneous - $3,000 Inventory of cookbooks - $2,000 Equipment - $4,000 Overhead - $1,000 I am expecting to sell about 22,000 cookbooks per month online. Using the equation for total cost as follows: Total Cost
Bste311 Company name: Clover Product: Milk Best operating management 2.3.1. Cost of working reasonable hours The sustainability incorporate both the requirements of the Act, 71 of 2008 in terms of regulation43, which based on good corporate citizenship, environmental health and public safety. Working hours for each and every employee must be limited to a maximum of 45 hours in a week: nine hours if the employee works five days a week or eight hours if the employee works more than five days a week. Overtime may only be worked if the employee agreed to work overtime. Woking hours may affect the following; Affecting labour supply The supply of labour may be affected if the Woking hours are not suitable for the workers and the company as a whole
On June 30, 2016 at the end of the fiscal year, the program’s daily population averaged 1,068 inmates per day. Between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016, the North Carolina Staff Association processed more than 4,209 inmates through the statewide misdemeanor confinement program; of those inmates 3,581 were male, while 628 were
Service Managers are second in line to Store Managers. They are responsible for overseeing five or more departments. On average there are three to four Service Managers per store. The elimination of the middle management role was to have the ability and budget to procure more associates that can be on the floor, promptly accessible for customer demands and needs. Lowe’s completed this task a month later by hiring 1800 full time employees and 45,000 seasonal employees.
with 15.6% of pieces of the overall industry as indicated by Zacks (2012). Toyota 's net benefit for financial year 2011-2012 consummation Mar 31, 2012 dove by 30.5% and added up to 283.56 billion Yen (3.54 billion dollars) contrasted with 408.18 billion yen from a year prior (Zacks, 2012). The organization was established in 1937 and it contains 317,716 combined workforces starting much 31, 2011 (Toyota, n.d). Toyota was heading in units of auto generation which is its fundamental business in 2010 (OICA, 2010) took after by GM and Volkswagen The first factor that impacts the organization is economic conditions. Price and demand of an item is significant viewpoint which must be considered by Toyota in promoting economy as price and demand impact purchaser what to purchase.
After that we classify the patients who are readmitted within 30 days of their release from hospital from who are readmitted after 30 days of their release from hospital within the previously classified readmitted patients. Therefore, we applied random forests on the selected 47 features in which we set the ensemble size ntree was equal to 600, and 1000 in the case of classifying readmitted patients and in the case of classifying readmission within 30 days from readmission after 30 days, respectively; and sub-space dimensionality mtry was selected by applying grid search over the possible values of
My payment is as discussed earlier of $100.00 a month. My formula would look like $100(((1 +0042^60) -1)/.0042) and that totals $6807.55. To get my interest it would be $6807.55-6000=$807.55 is total interest earned on the 5 years scenario. To get the interest I took my total amount subtracted the total payments to received that number. If I were to do this for 30 years I would take the same $100 a month at 5%, this time though it will be a total of 360 payments since it is 30 years.
Here are the qualities and shortcomings of the CBP. * 90% of items (imports and fares) travel by means of freight compartment. * Cargo goes through ports, airplane terminals, trans lines, and roadways. * 2% of holders are physical assessed. * 7 million holders are dispatched each year.
He joined when he was 18 and retired when he was 43. He worked up the ranks and became a major; by the time he retired he was making 90,320 dollars a year. His mean income over 25 years would be 54,400 dollars per year. 54,400 over 25 years is 1.36 million dollars. With the military when listed about you get 50 percent of your last pay plus 2.5 percent for every additional year after 20 years served.
I checked on the tracker and saw that we five have more or less 253 hours’ worth of deliverables (~51 hours each) in total for the week ending Feb 5th. Taking out those competitor decks from the pipeline results to ~39 hours for each of us five. I would like to check with you if you are agreeable to us sending those decks the week after next or within the same week they are originally due if we are able to finish all other deliverables early. I highlighted those rows in gray for easy reference. • R Day bios (due Feb 1).
What I did – I reviewed 10 employee expense reports to determine if corresponding receipts were attached and approvals had been provided, and I also assessed whether reported payments were eligible for reimbursement based on Schnitzer Steel Accounting Manual Section 300-10 (Expense Report Approval Procedure and Supporting Documentation Requirement) and 300-20(Expense Report Eligibility Requirement). After two exceptions were identified, I pulled 40 more employee expense reports based on Schnitzer Steel Internal Audit Manual – Chapter 2: Sampling Methodology to determine if the exceptions were isolated instances or systemic issues. What I found – Within the initial 10 expense reports, I found two exceptions. Specifically, Sample No.7 with a total amount over $1,000 did not have required evidence of second approval from a department head, and Sample No.9 was missing one receipt. Within the subsequent 40 expense reports, three additional exceptions were found.