Gooddecade manufactures and sells automobile parts throughout the eastern part of the US. Among its full-time employees are 220 fourteen and fifteen-year olds. These teenagers are employed throughout the company and are paid at an hourly wage rate of $3 per hour. Discuss the legality of this arrangement.
In this problem I have doubt calculating the labor mix variance for the fourth floor nursing unit of Mountain View Hospital and explaining the significance of the labor mix variance. Also calculating the labor yield variance for the fourth floor nursing unit and interpreting the meaning of the calculations.
Company manufactures only one product x. The company uses a standard cost system and has established the following standards per unit of product x: Direct Materials Standard Quantity Standard Price Standard Cost 3.0 lbs. $12 per lb. $36.00 Direct Labor 1.2 hrs. $15 per hr. $18.00 Durin
Dresses by Audrey Inc. Audrey Inc. manufactures silk dresses in a small manufacturing facility. Manufacturing has 20 employees. Each employee presently provides 36 hours of productive labor per week. Information about a production week is as follows: Standard wage per hour $10.65 Standard labo
The following direct materials and direct labor data pertain to the operations of Batista Manufacturing Company for the month of August. Costs Quantities Actual labor rate $13 per hour Actual hours incurred and used 4,250 hours Actual materials Actual quantity of materials price $128 per ton pu
I need help to fully understand what I am asked to do: Wal-Mart is the largest employer in the United States. Wal-Mart is also union free. Is this a picture of the current state of Unions in the United States? If so, why? If not, why not? (In answering this question please address whether you believe unions are necessar
Discuss the presence of a labor shortage of the female pilots, e.g. i.e. glass ceilings, labor statistics, etc.
Determine the weekly contribution margin when all labor-hours are allotted to the product with the highest: unit selling price, unit contribution margin and contribution per labor-hour
Comfy Fit Company makes three sizes of shirts, small, medium and large, on one assembly line that has a limit of 600 labor-hours per week. Comfy Fit Company can seel all the shirts it can make under current operating capacity. Manufacturing information per shirt for each product is as follows:
The following information pertains to Bates Company's direct labor for March: Standard direct labor-hours 21,000 Actual direct labor-hours 20,000 Favorable direct labor rate variance $8,400 Standard direct labor rate per hour $6.30 What was Bates' total actual direct labor cost for March? $117,600
The following data pertain to Nell Company's operations for June: Standard quantity of materials per unit of product 5 pounds Standard cost of materials per pound $0.20 Standard direct labor hours 0.04 hours Standard wage rate per hour $7.00 Actual output 100,000 units Materials purchased 100,000 pounds
4. Vacation Facts: When Stan Cooper quit his job at the end of January of a recent year, the personnel manager saw to it that his final check included all pay and allowances due as of his last day of work. Management assumed that was the last they would see of this former employee, but seven months later-shortly before Aug
1) From the employer's perspective on FMLA, what is the most beneficial way to define the 12-month period in which the 12 weeks can be utilized? What is the least beneficial way? 2) What are the benefits and obstacles of HIPAA for employees? 3) Should employers be responsible for employee safety while working from home? Why or
When considering labor relations and working from the union side of a contract, what are some of the advantages to having a long contract (5 years) versuses a shorter contract? How will having a long contract save the company money? What are some ways the company can promote incentives to the union labor force when negotiations
Describe union behavior, structure and operations, including the relationship between unions and management, the impact of the Wagner Act, the Taft-Hartley Act and Landrum-Griffin Act.
The development of unions was a significant turning point for workers in the United States. Over the past few decades union membership has been declining, are unions no longer needed in the United States? Do you think the development of such a broad system of employment laws has decreased the need for unions? Why or why not?
Describe one way you would determine the standard price and quantity of materials, labor, and overhead for a particular product.
How to calculate basic premise learning curve? --- Learning Curves Company X plans to manufacture a Product A that requires substantial amount of direct labor on each unit. Based on the company's experience with other products that requires similar amounts of direct labor, management believes that a learning factor exists
What are the major ingredients used in collective bargaining in contract settlements. What is needed at the bargaining table?
Can you help me double-check my work with this assignment? 1. The following information is available for completed Job No. 402: Direct materials, $20,000; direct labor, $30,000; manufacturing overhead applied, $15,000; units produced, 5,000 units; units sold, 4,000 units. What is the cost of the finished goods on hand from th
You are a company director and Jennifer, an employee in another group, comes to you in confidence regarding a very uncomfortable work related situation that she found herself in. Jennifer indicates that one of your fellow company director's was seeking a position at another company and he indicated to Jennifer that he could get
1. Are affirmative action plans necessary for social progress? 2. Given that employment at will is the basic policy, how can employees then challenge a termination?
The Fair Labor Standards Act is a law which has been in place since 1938 with virtually no changes. There is current legislation to change certain provisions including the one which classifies which groups are eligible for overtime. 1. How do you think these changes will impact United States businesses? Why?
The gross earnings of the factory workers for Darlinda Company during the month of January are $80,000. The employer's payroll taxes for the factory payroll are $8,000. The fringe benefits to be paid by the employer on this payroll are $4,000. Of the total accumulated cost of factory labor, 85% is related to direct labor and 15
Standard Cost Card -- Per Unit Direct materials, 4 yards at $3.50 per yard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14 Direct labor, 1.5 direct labor-hours at $12 per direct labor-hour . . . . . . . . . 18 Variable overhead, 1.5 direct labor-hours at $2 per direct labor-hour . . . . . 3 Fixed overhead, 1.5 direct la
See the attached file. I am having a problem with the following analysis: You own a small manufacturing company that makes wheel locks for automobiles that you sell to the major automakers. A company recently completed a study of your production process, and a part of the results is displayed in the attached file. As can
Attached is a copy of the H/R manager posting I used. I need assistance in developing the following. We have recently hired a H/R manager and would like to implement performance standards for the position. 1) I need to create 5 to 10 performance standards for a Human Resources manager. 2) What type of performance asses
Budgets: 1) Prepare a sales budget for July. 2) Prepare a production budget for July. 3) Prepare a direct materials budget for July. 4) Prepare a direct labor cost budget for July.
The budget director of Royal Furniture Company requests estimates of sales, production and other operating data from various administrative units every month. Selected information concerning sales and production for July 2006 is summarized as follows: (See attachment) a) Estimated sales of King and Prince chairs for July by sa
"What recommendations would you suggest for a large division, current organization structure is autocratic...they want to move to a particpatory style, but a union is present." Thanks
The present labor force can produce 500 units per month. Each employee added can produce an additional 20 units per month and is paid $1000 per month. The cost of materials is $30 per unit. Overtime can be used at the usual premium of time and a half for labor up to a maximum of 10 percent per month. Inventory-carrying cost is $50 per unit per year. Changes in production level cost $100 per unit due to hiring, line changeover costs, and so forth. Assume 200 units of initial inventory. Extra capacity may be obtained by subcontracting at an additional cost of $15 per unit over and above the company's producing them itself on regular time.
A company produces to a seasonal demand, with the forecast for the next 12 months as given below. Month Demand January 600 February 700 March 800 April 700 May 600 June 500 July 600 August 700 September 800 October 900 November 700 December 600 The present labor force can produce 500 units per month. Each employee
E8-5 The following direct materials and direct labor data pertain to the operations of Juan Manufacturing Company for the month of August. Costs Quantities Actual labor rate $13.00 per hour Actual hours Incurred 4,200 hours