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- The formula for calculating complexity:
- TP= HT/SP, where
- Tr - complexity,persons hour/RUB
- KCH - the General Fund of working time, man hours,
- SP - the volume of production, RUB.
Count the total number of actual time spent main working of the company for the reporting month. For the calculation of the actual working time Fund, you can use primary documents in his keeping (records of the working time used for production shops or areas). Calculate your total man-hours worked per month, the basic working of these sites.
Determine the value of the products manufactured by the company for the month. The arrival of finished products at the planning and accounting prices count on the accounting records. Next, divide the actual hours worked major job in man-hours on the value of output. The resulting figure will be the ratio of the intensity of production. By the same token, calculates scheduled labor-intensive industries (the calculation is based on planned estimates of the number of Fund of working time and volume of finished products), the complexity of certain products, technological complexity.
Analyze the results. The lower the complexity of the work, the higher the productivity of workers. Check how is the production plan for the production of products, identify deviations from planned performance. Consider the effect of individual factors on the growth or decline of productivity in your company (quality of raw materials, semi-finished products, skilled workers, etc.). Make the necessary conclusions.
The labor reduction savings due to labor costs, which ultimately reduces production costs and increases profits.
The introduction of modern technologies, improvement of work organization, the use in the production of quality raw materials, using modern equipment helps to increase production volumes and decrease its complexity.
Advice 2: How to calculate the complexity
Complexity is an economic indicator that shows how many time spent for manufacturing of one unit of output. This value is inversely proportional to labour productivity, which shows how many units of products produced per worker for a certain time. Distinguish between technological, complete, and production complexity.
Technological complexity shows the cost of labour, which carry the impact tool of labor. To calculate, add up all the costs of stilistov programs. Then calculate the number of their products. And then the first figure, divide the second - the resulting number will be increased technological complexity.
There is a complexity of service production - it includes the labor costs associated with the service. This sum all costs and divide by the unit of production.
Production complexity includes the cost of labor the main structure and the involvement of helpers per unit of released products. In order to calculate fold increased technological complexity and the rate of production service.
The complexity of production management count by adding all costs for leaders, officials, professionals and security. After this, the resulting value also divide by the number of products.
In order to calculate the total labor input, aggregate all costs for labor, that is, the cost of foremen, builders, joiners, managers, professionals and other workers and divide by the number of issued products.
Also distinguish between the complexity of the nature of the cost of labor. There are three types: budget, standard and actual labor cost. Regulatory shows the magnitude of labour costs in the normal range. Calculate it with the works of standard time in minutes for the number of produced units.
Planned complexity shows the amount of labour input per unit of output taking into account recycling or shortcomings of these norms. To calculate, multiply the normative complexity on the number of issued products.
Actual effort shows how much your buck of labor, including accounted for and losses in work time per unit of output.
The complexity can be measured using three methods: labour (person-hours, person-change, etc.), money terms (thousand rubles) and natural (parts unit).