1. Tim Nelson’s job as an inspector for La-Z-Boy is to inspect 130 chairs per day.
a) If he works an 8-hour day, how many minutes is he allowed for each inspection (i.e., what is his “standard time”)?
b) If he is allowed a 6% fatigue allowance, a 6% delay allowance, and 6% for personal time, what is the normal time that he is assumed to take to perform each inspection?
2. A random work sample of operators taken over a 160- hour work month at Tele-Marketing, Inc., has produced the following results. What is the percentage of time spent working?
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