chapter 13 case study .docx - Vladimir Burnusuz Chapter 13 Case Study 2 To Calculate the total amount of employees required to complete the workload for

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Vladimir Burnusuz October 28, 2019 Chapter 13 Case Study 2. To Calculate the total amount of employees required to complete the workload for the 3 given month I needed to first find the total amount of hours 1 employee could possibly work within a given month. I calculated this by taking the total amount of hours an employee could work within a day and multiply that by the amount of workday within that month giving me the total amount an employee could work within the month. After I found that total I then divided that by the total amount of hours needed to complete the cases for that month giving me the total amount of employees needed to complete the files in a timely many and my calculations and results can be seen at the bottom of the second page. 3. Since the total amount of employees needed from month to month varies from 18 to 15 the simplest option for Beverly is to keep 18 employees on every month to ensure that the work gets done and that she meets her demand, but obviously that is not the most cost
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Unformatted text preview: effective way where in one of the months they will be paying the net of 3 employees monthly salaries for doing nothing. I would recommend that Beverly should have 15 full time employees and that would be plenty to cover the month of May. But for the month of June and July they require at least 18 employees and 16 in August to be able to complete all the files for the month. I would recommend that in the last week of May Beverly should hire 3 qualified college interns looking to pursue a career in finance keeping 2 of them for 2 months and the third for three months this would lower cost because they would have just enough employees to fulfill the total amount of hours needed to complete the files for each month and they would not need 18 full time employees wasting their time doing nothing. 1....
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