WillyBurg Wrote:
Nov 29, 2012 8:50 AM
. . . and we should return to basic math: (with the given information) if an employee works at 1% capacity, and his employer expects a 20% improvement, the desired result would presumably be employees working at 1.2% of capacity . . . I assume that the hypothetical 20% improvement was meant to measure some unidentified employee output, not employee effort.