Limitation of work sampling, Management Theories

Limitation of Work Sampling:

1. It is of little value in helping to improve work method and doesn't offer some of the opportunities for methods analysis that accompanies time study methods.

2. Statistical work sampling may not be understood by workers .

3. If random sampling is not done the results may be biases.

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