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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY : EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY Work Study & Related Working Condition & Human Factors What is Employee Productivity : What is Employee Productivity Productivity is a measure of output from a production process, per unit of input. For example, labor productivity is typically measured as a ratio of output per labor-hour, an input what is produced and the cost of inputs used, and also distinct from metrics of profitability, which address the difference between the revenues obtained from output and the expense associated with consumption of inputs Work Study : Work Study It is Defined as the body of knowledge concerned with analysis of the work methods& the standard of proposed work methods Objectives of Work Study : Objectives of Work Study To analyze the present method of doing a job To measure the work content of a job. To increase the productivity 4. To improve operational Efficiency BASIC WORK STUDY PROCEDUE: : BASIC WORK STUDY PROCEDUE: Select the job or the process or the operation to be studied Record all relevant facts about the job Examine critically all the recorded facts Develop the new method for the job Measure the work content and establish the standard time Install the method as standard practice Benefits of Work Study : Benefits of Work Study Increased productivity & operational efficiency. Reduced manufacturing cost. Improved work place layout. Contd…. : Contd…. 4. Better manpower planning & capacity planning. 5. Fair wages to employer. 6. Better working condition to employees. Working conditions : Working conditions Working Conditions : Working Conditions Working Conditions (cont’d) : Working Conditions (cont’d) Slide 12: Characteristics of the Industry There are about 300 manufacturers of major bidi brands and thousands of small scale contractors and manufacturers involved in bulk production in India.1 The industry employs approximately 4.4 million full time workers and an additional 4 million bidi industry-related jobs.2 Bidi workers are largely poor and illiterate. The unorganized production in the bidi industry creates difficulty in regulating the working conditions of workers and in implementing welfare laws. In 1999, the Indian bidi industry generated 165 million in excise and 200 million in foreign exchange revenue for the Indian government.3 Bidi Industry in India Working Conditions The Reality : The Reality Major legislation/policies meant to protect and improve the livelihood of the bidi worker: Contd…. : Contd…. Bonded Labour System (Abolition Act), 1976: Protects individuals, especially children, from being forced into labor when, typically, parents cannot repay a loan. The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986: Prohibits the employment of children under 14; Restricts children’s participation in bidi making except as family-based work or school-based activities and limits the time children may work to six hours between 8:00am and 7:00pm. Bidi and Cigar Workers (Condition of Employment) Act, 1966: The act regulates factory based workers. Requires the establishment of industrial standards – e.g. no overcrowding, proper ventilation, appointment of working condition inspectors. It regulates working hours, rest, leave, and prohibits child labor. Working Conditions : Working Conditions Bidi Workers Welfare Fund Act, 1976: Meant to provide basic benefits such as health care, education, insurance, housing assistance, scholarships, drinking water supplies, and provides 12 hospitals and 276 dispensaries across the country for bidi workers. Human Factors : Human Factors Meaning…. : Meaning…. Human Factor applies knowledge of human characteristics To optimize the design of products equipment, environment, system & organizations It aims to minimize human errors& enhance human performance Methods of human factors : Methods of human factors Task analysis Allocation at function Workload Analysis Operability Evaluation Maintainability Evaluation Training needs analysis Environmental Assesment You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.