Techniques of work measurement, Operation Research

Techniques  of Work  Measurement

A number of work  measurement  techniques  have been  developed  to suit  different  types of work .

There are:

1.Repetitive work: The type  of work in  which  the main  operation or group  of operation  recurs  continuously during  the time  spent  at the job. This  applies  equally  to work  cycles of extremely  short  duration as light  press  work  jobs  and to those  of several minutes or even hours  duration.

2.Non  repetitive  Work: It  includes some  types  of maintenance  and construction work where  the  work cycle  itself is hardly  ever  repeated identically.

 

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