, Robby and Hartanto, Budi (2003) The Appropriate standard time of container unioading and loading and its adjustment to the current effectiveness formula at PT Indra Jaya Swastika. Bachelor thesis, Petra Christian University.Full text not available from this repository.
In a well-established company, managers will be happy to see their I subordinates work hard with idle time minimization. However, it will be useless if they cannot identify whether the work is already effective or not. Therefore, it is essential to have a standard time, which provides an objective means of evaluating a worker?s level of performance rather than basing it on personal assumptions or biases. Here, the writers are trying to contribute to PT. Indra Jaya Swastika, where they had a four-month internship, in formulating Standard Time of IJS main operations (Container Unloading and Loading processes) as a benchmark that enables IJS to measure its employees? performance. The writers use Stopwatch Time Study Analysis in formulating the benchmark by dividing the total Unloading and Loading cycles into work elements so that times are collected for each work element, thus we can calculate Total Standard Time for each cycle. In the end, the writers come up with the Standard Time of Unloading and Loading Process of 6 minutes 41 seconds and 9 minutes 28 seconds respectively. Furthermore, based on the Standard Times findings, the writers also found that the IJS current effectiveness measurement formula is inappropriate and therefore should be replaced or modified.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Bachelor)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||work measurement, time study, standard time, benchmark|
|Date Deposited:||23 Mar 2011 18:48|
|Last Modified:||30 Mar 2011 11:56|
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