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
Unit 5 - Labor Relations, Employee Relations, and Global HR Scenario One: You are a supervisor in a small manufacturing plant. The union contract covering most of your employees is about to expire. How do you prepare for union contract negotiations? Scenario Two: As the supervisor of a small manufacturing firm, you need
Please help me with the attached questions regarding: management, leadership and maslow's heirarchy. Attached are 3 questions: 1, 2 and 3. Attachment one has question 1 and part of question 2. Attachment two has a continuation of question 2 and then question 3.
I need your help answering this questions for the following case study: After a labor dispute, there is often an ill effect on fans of sporting events. The NHL has been on strike and missed an entire season. Your challenge is to win back hockey fans and try to make them forget all about the strike. (Let's assume the strike h
Can you please explain from the President's most recent State of the Union address and the Democratic reply what fallacies were present in each? Can you also please explain what our critical thinking skills to politics might be?
Would you please explain the state of the law applying to the relationship between nursing homes and union when organizing efforts begin and describe the "do's and don'ts" of such situations and how you see them applying to real situations and which ones work and which are easily violated?
How can break-even be a factor in labor negotiations?
I have a problem to solve: I am the newly named CEO of a large Fortune 500 company. This company has been publicly traded on the NYSE for many years and is well known with the average investor. The company is currently having a difficult time with its earnings. The 3 unions that represent 90% of the hourly workforce have vote
Direct material/labor variances Compute the following variances indicating whether each variance is favorable or unfavorable- a. Direct-material price variance, b. Direct-material quantity variance, c. Direct-labor rate variance, d. Direct-labor efficiency variance.
Need help computing direct material price and quantity variances, and direct labor rate and efficiency variances. See attached file for complete problem Adelphi Fabrics Corporation manufactured 500 units of a special multilayer fabric with the trade name Stylex during July. The following information from the Stylex producti
What were the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act (1935) and the historical effects of these provisions?
Decision making problem: Formulate a linear program for the Employee Credit Union at Directional State University (ECU)
The Employee Credit Union at Directional State University is planning the allocation of funds for the coming year. ECU makes four types of loans and has three additional investment instruments. Each loan/investment has a corresponding risk and liquidity factor (on a scale of 0-1 00, with 100 being the most risky/liquid). The var
The hospital calculates labor variances for each reporting period by labor classification (RN,LPN,AIDES). The variances are used by nursing supervisors and hospital administration to evaluate the performance of nursing labor. Calculate the total nursing labor variance for the fourth nursing unit of Mountain View Hospital for Ma
Mountain View Hospital has adopted a standard cost accounting system for evaluation and control of nursing labor. Diagnosis related groups (DGRS) instituted by the U.S. Government for health insurance reimbursement, are used as the output measure in the standard cost system. A DRG is a patient classification scheme that percei