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Hello All,
I am working in the sales part (Invoicing process) where i have been asked to present a Time sheet format to the management which shows the occupancy of the team. What i am not able to digest is the fact that is TIME SHEET THE ONLY WAY TO MEASURE A PERSON's OCCUPANCY level in the department??
From the esteemeed panel present in the portal , i would like to know is there anything else which i can present to the management which shows the occupancy of my team au lieu de TIME SHEET
Thanks a lot for your help.
Have a wonderful day!!
Tushar Tandon
Delhi.

From India , Delhi
Hi,
"Happy New Year" :)
Hope this will help!!
1. Define the activities and mention specifically whether they have to be done on daily/weekly or monthly basis.
2. Specify time for each and every activity.And mention the time as per freq or volume.
3. Ask everyone in ur team to fill it religiously.
4. At the end of the column calculate the time of work they have done.And in the next row mention the total hours each and every one has to work and u can have the difference in next row.
5. Have this file on a monthly basis.
6. In this way you can track the performance of ur team members.Will also help in defining the responsibilities to individuals.

From India , Lucknow
Hi Tushar,
Its very to measure work ,Time study is just one of the tool to measure work by this you will get to know the standard amount of time spent on the process,with that data you can able to judge the Head counts requirement for doing the process,through that data you can also work upon on various process improvement by mapping those activities...where in you will be able to find non value activities by removing those you can achieve a complete utilization of the resources.
Please revert back if you have any questions.

Warm regards
Blackfin

From India ,
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