Production runs can be scheduled in

1.Production runs can be scheduled in 1.Production runs can be scheduled in A. only one shift B. always two shifts C. one or two shifts D. up to three shifts

2.Hiring the Needed Complement will always
eliminate 2.Hiring the Needed Complement will always
eliminate A. Overtime B. worker layoffs C. a Second Shift D. strikes

3.Management should strive to 3.Management should strive to A. increase Turnover B. decrease Turnover

4.Increasing Capacity tends to 4.Increasing Capacity tends to A. reduce the Needed Complement B. reduce the number of workers on Second
Shift C. reduce Overtime

5.Increasing Training Hours tends to 5.Increasing Training Hours tends to A. increase the Needed Complement B. decrease the Needed Complement C. neither increase nor decrease the Needed
Complement D. both increase and decrease the Needed
Complement

6.Recruiting Costs are incurred when 6.Recruiting Costs are incurred when A. Automation levels increase B. Production runs increase and teams match
hiring to Needed Complement C. workers are assigned to a Second Shift

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7.Assuming the Productivity Index is greater than 100%,
adding Overtime will 7.Assuming the Productivity Index is greater than 100%,
adding Overtime will A. increase the Productivity Index B. decrease the Productivity Index

8.Worker training is entered by the 8.Worker training is entered by the A. Hour B. Dollar

9.Teams can eliminate all Recruiting Costs if they
wish 9.Teams can eliminate all Recruiting Costs if they
wish A. True B. False

10.Generally, Separation Costs will be incurred
when 10.Generally, Separation Costs will be incurred
when A. Production levels increase B. Automation Levels increase C. Production Levels decrease D. Production levels decrease and / or
Automation levels increase

1.Production runs can be scheduled in
A. only one shift
B. always two shifts
C. one or two shifts
D. up to three shifts 




2.Hiring the Needed Complement will always
eliminate
A. Overtime
B. worker layoffs
C. a Second Shift 
D. strikes




3.Management should strive to
A. increase Turnover
B. decrease Turnover




4.Increasing Capacity tends to
A. reduce the Needed Complement
B. reduce the number of workers on Second
Shift
C. reduce Overtime




5.Increasing Training Hours tends to
A. increase the Needed Complement
B. decrease the Needed Complement
C. neither increase nor decrease the Needed
Complement
D. both increase and decrease the Needed
Complement




6.Recruiting Costs are incurred when
A. Automation levels increase
B. Production runs increase and teams match
hiring to Needed Complement
C. workers are assigned to a Second Shift




7.Assuming the Productivity Index is greater than 100%,
adding Overtime will
A. increase the Productivity Index
B. decrease the Productivity Index 




8.Worker training is entered by the
A. Hour
B. Dollar




9.Teams can eliminate all Recruiting Costs if they
wish
A. True
B. False




10.Generally, Separation Costs will be incurred
when
A. Production levels increase
B. Automation Levels increase
C. Production Levels decrease
D. Production levels decrease and / or
Automation levels increase 1.Production runs can be scheduled in
A. only one shift
B. always two shifts
C. one or two shifts
D. up to three shifts 




2.Hiring the Needed Complement will always
eliminate
A. Overtime
B. worker layoffs
C. a Second Shift 
D. strikes




3.Management should strive to
A. increase Turnover
B. decrease Turnover




4.Increasing Capacity tends to
A. reduce the Needed Complement
B. reduce the number of workers on Second
Shift
C. reduce Overtime




5.Increasing Training Hours tends to
A. increase the Needed Complement
B. decrease the Needed Complement
C. neither increase nor decrease the Needed
Complement
D. both increase and decrease the Needed
Complement




6.Recruiting Costs are incurred when
A. Automation levels increase
B. Production runs increase and teams match
hiring to Needed Complement
C. workers are assigned to a Second Shift




7.Assuming the Productivity Index is greater than 100%,
adding Overtime will
A. increase the Productivity Index
B. decrease the Productivity Index 




8.Worker training is entered by the
A. Hour
B. Dollar




9.Teams can eliminate all Recruiting Costs if they
wish
A. True
B. False




10.Generally, Separation Costs will be incurred
when
A. Production levels increase
B. Automation Levels increase
C. Production Levels decrease
D. Production levels decrease and / or
Automation levels increase 1.Production runs can be scheduled in
A. only one shift
B. always two shifts
C. one or two shifts
D. up to three shifts 




2.Hiring the Needed Complement will always
eliminate
A. Overtime
B. worker layoffs
C. a Second Shift 
D. strikes




3.Management should strive to
A. increase Turnover
B. decrease Turnover




4.Increasing Capacity tends to
A. reduce the Needed Complement
B. reduce the number of workers on Second
Shift
C. reduce Overtime




5.Increasing Training Hours tends to
A. increase the Needed Complement
B. decrease the Needed Complement
C. neither increase nor decrease the Needed
Complement
D. both increase and decrease the Needed
Complement




6.Recruiting Costs are incurred when
A. Automation levels increase
B. Production runs increase and teams match
hiring to Needed Complement
C. workers are assigned to a Second Shift




7.Assuming the Productivity Index is greater than 100%,
adding Overtime will
A. increase the Productivity Index
B. decrease the Productivity Index 




8.Worker training is entered by the
A. Hour
B. Dollar




9.Teams can eliminate all Recruiting Costs if they
wish
A. True
B. False




10.Generally, Separation Costs will be incurred
when
A. Production levels increase
B. Automation Levels increase
C. Production Levels decrease
D. Production levels decrease and / or
Automation levels increase

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