Nonmanufactu ring Staffing BudgetsMAD 8-1Analyze Johnson Stores' staffing budget for holidaysObj. 6Johnson Stores is planning its staffing for the upcoming holiday season. From past history, thestore determines that it needs one additional sales clerk for each $12,000 in daily sales. Theaverage daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Christmas Eve,or 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and will be paid$14 per hour.a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday season.b. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff suggestedby your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (a)?MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budgetObj. 6Mercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the number of pa-tients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to capture nurseeffort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a single patientbe equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requirements formaythe floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined.The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of the comingseven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, depending onthe severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the expected RVorequirements for the patients:16RVUS per DayNumber of Patients202583010402A nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day.a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week.b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week.Obj. 6MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budgetAdventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many different laborclassifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collects parking fees,provides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the number of daily vehi-cles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff member is neededfor every 200 vehicles.Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonschool days arehigher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for each day is asfollows:Nonschool DaysSchool Days8,0003,000Number of vehicles per dayNumber of days per year200165Parking fees are $10 per vehicle. Each parking lot employee is paid $110 per dayce daet for school days nonschool da te average daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Chror 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and wil$14 per hour.a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday seasob. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff sby your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (=MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budgetMercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the numtients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to capeffort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a simay be equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requirthe floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined.The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of tseven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, depthe severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the exprequirements for the patients:RVUS per DayNumber of Patients2052583010stbLscraou orbigu e adibuteur402evo yioERE S CEA nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day.a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week.nieub. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week.MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budgetAdventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many dclassifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collectsprovides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the numbercles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff membfor every 200 vehicles.Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonschigher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for efollows:Nonschool DaysSchool Days8,0003,000Number of vehicles per dayNumber of days per year165200To oh narlking lot emnlovee is naid $110 ner d

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a. Determine the total number of RVUs expected per day for the coming week .

b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week .

Nonmanufactu ring Staffing Budgets
MAD 8-1
Analyze Johnson Stores' staffing budget for holidays
Obj. 6
Johnson Stores is planning its staffing for the upcoming holiday season. From past history, the
store determines that it needs one additional sales clerk for each $12,000 in daily sales. The
average daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Christmas Eve,
or 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and will be paid
$14 per hour.
a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday season.
b. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff suggested
by your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (a)?
MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budget
Obj. 6
Mercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the number of pa-
tients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to capture nurse
effort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a single patient
be equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requirements for
may
the floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined.
The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of the coming
seven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, depending on
the severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the expected RVo
requirements for the patients:
16
RVUS per Day
Number of Patients
20
25
8
30
10
40
2
A nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day.
a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week.
b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week.
Obj. 6
MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budget
Adventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many different labor
classifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collects parking fees,
provides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the number of daily vehi-
cles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff member is needed
for every 200 vehicles.
Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonschool days are
higher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for each day is as
follows:
Nonschool Days
School Days
8,000
3,000
Number of vehicles per day
Number of days per year
200
165
Parking fees are $10 per vehicle. Each parking lot employee is paid $110 per day
ce daet for school days nonschool da te
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Nonmanufactu ring Staffing Budgets MAD 8-1 Analyze Johnson Stores' staffing budget for holidays Obj. 6 Johnson Stores is planning its staffing for the upcoming holiday season. From past history, the store determines that it needs one additional sales clerk for each $12,000 in daily sales. The average daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Christmas Eve, or 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and will be paid $14 per hour. a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday season. b. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff suggested by your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (a)? MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budget Obj. 6 Mercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the number of pa- tients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to capture nurse effort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a single patient be equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requirements for may the floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined. The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of the coming seven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, depending on the severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the expected RVo requirements for the patients: 16 RVUS per Day Number of Patients 20 25 8 30 10 40 2 A nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day. a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week. b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week. Obj. 6 MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budget Adventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many different labor classifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collects parking fees, provides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the number of daily vehi- cles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff member is needed for every 200 vehicles. Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonschool days are higher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for each day is as follows: Nonschool Days School Days 8,000 3,000 Number of vehicles per day Number of days per year 200 165 Parking fees are $10 per vehicle. Each parking lot employee is paid $110 per day ce daet for school days nonschool da te

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average daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Chr
or 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and wil
$14 per hour.
a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday seaso
b. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff s
by your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (=
MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budget
Mercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the num
tients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to cap
effort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a si
may be equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requir
the floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined.
The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of t
seven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, dep
the severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the exp
requirements for the patients:
RVUS per Day
Number of Patients
20
5
25
8
30
10
stbLscraou orbigu e adibuteur
40
2
evo yio
ERE S CE
A nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day.
a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week.
nieu
b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week.
MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budget
Adventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many d
classifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collects
provides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the number
cles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff memb
for every 200 vehicles.
Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonsc
higher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for e
follows:
Nonschool Days
School Days
8,000
3,000
Number of vehicles per day
Number of days per year
165
200
To oh narlking lot emnlovee is naid $110 ner d
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average daily sales is anticipated to increase by $96,000 from Black Friday until Chr or 27 shopping days. Each additional sales clerk will work an eight-hour shift and wil $14 per hour. a. Determine the amount to budget for additional sales clerks for the holiday seaso b. If Johnson Stores has an average 40% gross profit on sales, should it add the staff s by your answer in (a)? That is, is it profitable to staff for the increased sales in (= MAD 8-2 Analyze Mercy Hospital's staffing budget Mercy Hospital staffs its medical/surgical floors with nurses depending on the num tients assigned to the floor and the severity of their condition. The index used to cap effort is termed a relative value unit, or RVU. For example, taking vital signs for a si may be equal to one RVU. RVU's are then summed to estimate the total RVU requir the floor. From this, the nursing staff budget is determined. The medical/surgical floor is scheduled to have 25 patients for each day of t seven-day week. Some patients will require more nursing effort than others, dep the severity of their conditions or their ages. The following table summarizes the exp requirements for the patients: RVUS per Day Number of Patients 20 5 25 8 30 10 stbLscraou orbigu e adibuteur 40 2 evo yio ERE S CE A nurse earns $180 per day and is able to perform 40 RVUS per day. a. Determine the total number of RVUS expected per day for the coming week. nieu b. Determine the total weekly nurse budget for the coming week. MAD 8-3 Analyze Adventure Park's staffing budget Adventure Park is a large theme park. Staffing for the theme park involves many d classifications, one of which is the parking lot staff. The parking lot staff collects provides directions, and operates trams. The staff size is a function of the number cles. Adventure Park has determined from historical experience that a staff memb for every 200 vehicles. Adventure Park estimates staff for both school days and nonschool days. Nonsc higher attendance days than school days. The number of expected vehicles for e follows: Nonschool Days School Days 8,000 3,000 Number of vehicles per day Number of days per year 165 200 To oh narlking lot emnlovee is naid $110 ner d

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