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In the unlikely situation that each person worked at the same speed, the answer is 4 hours.

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What does one million man hours compare to in everyday life?

The following is an example of what it would take to achieve the one million man hour mark: 100 Employees X 12 hrs a day X 7 days a week= 8400 man hours a week Based on the above work schedule, the 100 employees would have to work slightly more than 119 weeks (over 2 years) to achieve the one million man hour mark. This number will vary based on the number of employees assigned to the task as well as the actual hours worked.

Are employees working 7 hours a day entitled to a break in ct?


If you work for a nonprofit agency and you are paid a salary is there a limited number or maximum number of hours over forty that your employer can make you work?

If you work 40 hours a week, your done! You dont have to work anymore hours if you dont want to. It is against the law for any employer to force their employees to work if they dont want to. Call the labor board if you feel your rights have been violated. As for hours, you can work all the hours you want as long as its approved with your employer.

How do you calculate number of hours to days?

Divide the number of hours by 24.

What is the frequency rate of a company with 850 employees that recoded 800 accidents in a year assuming that there were 300 working days in a year each of 8 hours and a total of 40000 days was lost?

The frequency rate is the number of lost-time accidents per 200,000 person-hours worked. (i. e. per 100 FTE employees). Assuming all 800 accidents were lost-time accidents, then the frequency rate was 78.4. (# accidents) x (200,000) / (# person-hours worked)

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How do insurance companies calculate frequency rates?

Frequency = the number of claims/the number of exposures Exposures will change based on the line of business. Automobile exposures may be the number of vehicles insured. Workers Compensation may be the number of hours worked, or the payroll of the employees.

How do you calculate hours for semi-monthly payroll?

(Number of employees) X (number of hours worked by each in the given period.)

How do you calculate hours for semi monthly payroll?

(Number of employees) X (number of hours worked by each in the given period.)

What employees are paid for the number of hours worked during a specified?


How do you calculate the number of employees you need?

If you are looking for hours workable for all employees of a department, you need to multiple number of workers by shifts worked in hours. Or it could be as simple as a head count and average that over a work week.

What employees are paid for the number of hours worked during a specified period?


New hours of service for commercial vehicles?

(As of July 2010) New HOS rules are still being debated at the federal level.

What has the author Edelgard Kutzner written?

Edelgard Kutzner has written: 'Arbeitszeit bei der Bundespost' -- subject(s): Deutsche Bundespost, Employees, Hours of labor, Officials and employees, Postal service

Will net pay be the same regardless of hours worked?

No, net pay will depend on the number of hours worked, except for employees on a fixed salary.

Does DoT monitor how many hours a company work its employees if they are commercial vehicles?

Companies operating CMVs are subject to DOT audits, where records, logs, and time cards are examined.

What does FTEE mean?

Full Time Equivalent Employees - This number is to be calculated by averaging the ordinary hours worked by all employees in the business over the 4 week period and dividing that by 40, being ordinary weekly hours.

What is piecework employees?

A worker whose pay is not based on hours worked, but on the number of items (pieces) the worker produces.