Extra shift decision, Managerial Accounting

EXTRA SHIFT DECISION

These decisions are concerned with whether or not a company should work for 8 hrs, 16hrs, or 24 hrs a day or week days only or weekends also.  The factors to thought are:

(A) Whether the work force would be willing to work extra shifts & if so what overtime or shift premium they would accept.

(B) Whether extra hours have to be worked just to remain competitive

(C) Whether extra hours would resort in extra revenue or whether there would be in demand pattern from customers.

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