I've just completed 4 semester of my mechanical engineering technology program, i just currently obtained a summer co-op wher im to do a time study. most of the orders are small quantities of 2 to 100 mostly, some a few thousand but anyways the boss wants to introduce and incentive program where employees can earn up to an extra 20% of their wages per hour but they have to work for it. Im supposed to do a time study on each station (theirs about 20 to 25 stations where they bend, drill, form ect copper pipeing. i was wondering if i could get any insight on how to do a good time study report and how to go about the actual study?
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