Tellers requirements 16 employee scheduling

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Unformatted text preview: s 12 full-time tellers. Part-time employee (working four hours per day) are also available. Tellers requirements: 16 Employee Scheduling Application Labor Constraints: • Full-timers work from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. – Allowed 1 hour for lunch. – Half of full-timers eat at 11 A.M. and the other half at noon. – Full-timers thus provide 35 hours per week of productive labor time. • Part-time hours employed are limited to a maximum of 50% of a day’s total requirement. Costs: • Part-timers earn $8 per hour (or $32 per day) on average. • Full-timers earn $100 per day in salary and 17 Employee Scheduling Application Decision Variables: F = # of full-time tellers P1 = # of part-timers starting at 9 A.M. (leaving at 1 P.M) P2 = # of part-timers starting at 10 A.M. (leaving at 2 P.M.) P3 = # of part-timers starting at 11 A.M. (leaving at 3 P.M.) P4 = # of part-timers starting at noon (leaving at 4 P.M.) P5 = # of part-timers starting at 1 P.M. (leaving at 5 P.M.) 18 LP Formulation for Employee Scheduling Obje...
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