Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...11 maart 2011

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I like the top answer, but it's a bit complex.....lets make this simple. Start with a setting a production goal at a number that is easy to work with. Lets say 1,000 Units. In option A it would take 4 Labor hours to receive 1,000 units (1,000/250=4) and it would take 10 labor hours to stow 1,000 units 1,000/100=10). 1,000 units X the error rate of .01 = 10 errors. Since you can correct 20 errors in an hour it would take .5 hours to correct the 10 mistakes. So for Option A it would take a total of 14.5 hours (4+10+.5=14.5) to receive and stow 1,000 units. In option B you can receive and stow at a rate of 80 units per hour. So 1,000/80 = 12.5 hours. There is a error rate of 1.5% using this method. So 1000 X .015 = 15 errors. Since we can correct 20 mistakes per hour it would take .75 hours to correct the mistakes. The total hours to receive and stow 1,000 units using this option at 13.25 hours (12.5+.75=13.25). Option B is the best method. Option B will always be the better method, unless we are given new or updated data. I hope this helps. Minder

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1st scenario: Assumption - we have 1000 units To receive 1000 units, we would need 4hrs (@250units/hr) and to stow 1000 units, we need 10 hrs (@100 units/hr). # stowed incorrectly @1% = 10 and it takes 0.5 hrs to correct it. So total hrs is14.5 hrs (4+10+.5). Scenario 2: To receive and stow 1000 units, we need 12.5 hrs (@80units/hr). # stowed incorrectly @1.5% is 15 and it would take 0.75 hrs to correct it. Total time = 13.25 hrs (12.5+.75) So option 2 is better in this scenario. Doing the same math for 100000 units, Option 1 takes 1450 hrs and option 2 takes 1325 hrs. So Option 2 is always better, I guess!!! Minder

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Please don't let this question confuse you. Option 1 produces about 69 units per hour whereas option 2 produces about 76 per hour. The answer is so much more simple than everyone is making it out to be. In any situation option 2 is going to give you more units per hour which is more productive. The are no special factors or tricks. Option 2. Pause and act like you're doing the math to avoid undue embarrassment. Minder

Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...26 januari 2014

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Yo solo quiero estar llevando acabó actividad, que beneficien tanto inversión, clientes y trabajadores Minder

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Define , Typical then I will proceed with my answers. 4 days a week in my sleep I feel I have superman abilities and fly over sea with no passport. Rest of the week I sleep sound.. Minder

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Hardworking, empathetic, and self-aware leader.

Er werd een Amazon Area Manager gevraagd...26 januari 2015

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30 Associate - 2 NUPA (Non Unit Producting Associate) ----- 28 Associates in Production ----- 8 Hour Days - (2) 15 min breaks = 7.5 hours of production 28 Associate X 7.5 hours X 150 UPH = 31,500 Daily UPH X 5 = 157,500 Units per week. -------- Minder

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After reading and figuring out my answer is 157,500.

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Cant read into what most companies do, just have to focus on the data given as just that GIVEN. 30 EE 2 Non Production 150 UPH 8 hour day (-30 min break, so 7.5 hr worked) 5 days a week 28 EEx 7.5 x 150=31500 p/day (31500 x 5)= 157,500 Powers formula P=W/R/S can solve just about anything they throw at you mathematically Minder

Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...15 april 2010

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Upstairs is sending 10,000 units downstairs at an average of 100 per hour so they would need 10 people......Dept A will be receiving 7,500 units @ 150/hour = 50 hrs so they need 5 people....Dept B will be receiving 2,500 units @ 25/hour= 100 hours so they need 10 people.....10/5/10 Minder

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Assign 10 people to picking. 10 people x 100uph = 1000uph x 10 hrs = 10,000 units. 75% (7,500) goes to department A and 25% (2,500) goes to department B. Assign 5 people to department A. 5 people x 150uph = 750uph x 10 hrs = 7,500 small units packed. Assign remaining 10 people to department B. 10 people x 25uph = 250uph x 10 hrs = 2,500 large units packed. And a partridge in a pear tree... Minder

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Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...17 september 2009

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You gave a single answer... Right answer? sure. Right response? no. 25 Workers (breaks up nicely with 5 laborer unit ratios): A) 3:2 Pickers to Small Item Packers B) 1:4 Pickers to Large Item Packers C) 2:1:2 Pickers to Small item Packers to Pickers 5 Small item packers are required. Any combination of A, B and C where the number of small item packers >= 5. Candidate's response: 5*C (A valid answer only meeting the minimum demand for small items) Why would the candidate's answer be better than 5*A? 15 Pickers 15,000 units/shift 10 Small item Packers 15,000 units/shift Why would the candidate's answer be better than 2*A + 3*C? 12 Pickers 12,000 units/shift 7 Small item Packers 10,500 units/shift 6 Large item Packers 1,500 units/shift Why would the candidate's answer be better than 3*A + 2*B? 11 Pickers 11,000 units/shift 6 Small item Packers 9,000 units/shift 8 Large item Packers 2,000 units/shift ^--If they asked for a single solution, I'd argue this one would be better since you buffered the small item output. Minder

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Maximizing your daily output is not necessarily the way to go. You have customers waiting for orders and if you work on mostly smalls, the amount of large units in your backlog will be high. So while your numbers look good, you may not being getting orders out to customers timley. This question would make more sense if it said how many units have been ordered of small and large items so you can be sure to get through the orders in a FIFO basis. Minder

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25 laborers for shift. Picker are packing 125 units of large items. Small item are packing 175 units. Each laborer does 12 units each producing 300 units. The 300 units produce by the 25 laborers Will produce 7500. Minder

Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...22 februari 2019

Er werd een Area Manager gevraagd...14 oktober 2010

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6 ppl at PACK A 10 ppl at PACK B Would leave you with 9 People for Picking which = 9,000 units picked for the day. Which would create a shortage for total units packed. No? Minder

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Part 2: with 125uph in A, 7500/125 = 60; Labour hours = 60 Labor hours/10 working hours = 6 Labors Volume of units packed in first 5 hours = 125 Units/Labor hour * 5 hours * 6 Labors (or simply 7500/2); Therefore, Volume of units packed in first 5 hours = 3750 Units Pick:9 (JPH raised to 111 jph because of the balancing) Pack A: 6 Pack B: 5 Output of Pick: 10000 Output of A: 7500 Output of B: 2500 Minder

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Calculate TOTAL QUANTITY TO PICK since yo u are only given Pack A quantity of 7500 pieces in 10 hours which is 75% of the total items to pick. 7500/75% = 10,000 pieces total Picking picks 100 pieces per hour, and they have to pick all 10,000 pieces, so they would need : 10,000 pieces / 10 hours / 100 pieces per hour equals 10 people Pack A would need 7500 units / 10 hours / 150 units per hour = 5 people Pack B would need 2500 units / 10 hours / 25 units per hour = 10 people Check your answer - 10 people + 5 people + 10 people = the 25 people you had to allocate SOme of the people above made it much harder and came up with bad answers - there is no "balancing" required Minder

Er werd een Amazon Area Manager gevraagd...12 mei 2016

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Ummm— why would you use 7 days??? Especially if working 10 hour shifts... answer should be 159,600 (28 * 9.5) = 266 * 150 units = 39,900 * 4 (days at 10 hrs each)= 159,600 Minder

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assuming 10 hour day 279300 28 employees times 9.5 hours (10 minus two 15 min breaks = 9.5 hours) times 150 times 7 so basically 28 employees x 9.5 hours x 150 units per hour x 7 days = 279300 units per week Minder

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Without knowing how many hours employees work a day, you won't be able to solve the problem. You can only guess and give answer for 8 or 10 hour day. Minder

Er werd een Area Operations Manager gevraagd...29 juni 2019

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Distance to restaurant Distance to customer from restaurant Preparation time for the order All three variables should be considered and assign executives accordingly Minder