SCHEDULING- Old Exam Questions

SCHEDULING- Old Exam Questions - SCHEDULING OLD EXAM...

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SCHEDULING OLD EXAM QUESTIONS (The answer key is at the end of this document.) The Transportation Security Agency (TSA) at the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport has asked you to develop a workforce schedule for TSA baggage screeners for next week. These are the minimum number of baggage screeners needed each day of that week: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Minimum number of baggage screeners needed 4 2 1 3 2 3 3 You have a total of four baggage screeners on your Buffalo-Niagara crew (this is a hint about the solution), and each will work five days next week, with two consecutive days off during next week. Please use the workforce scheduling algorithm to develop a schedule that meets all the requirements above. (There is a worksheet near the back of the exam that may be convenient for you. Also remember that Sunday-Monday does not count as two consecutive days off in this case, because you are only scheduling this week.) When you encounter a “tie” while awarding days off, remember that TSA has an agreement with its employees that states that employees will always be awarded their “days off” as late in the week as possible . So, in the event of a tie, you
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course MGO 302 taught by Professor Hancock during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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