Availability of labour and amenities, Operation Management

Availability of Labour and Amenities

Availability of Labour and skills: Certain geographical area has traditional skills but is very are that a location can be found which has appropriately skilled and unskilled labour, both readily available in the desired proportions or quantities. The choice often has to be made between a location where skilled people exist, but are not readily available, and one where there is supply of unskilled labour.

Availability of Amenities:
A location which provides good external amenities housing, shops, community services, communication systems is often more attractive than one which is more remote. One important amenity in this connection is good personnel transport buses and trains and some companies find this so vital they provide special company transport facilities.

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