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Crunch the number case page 97 (Strategic compensation book)
Table 4-3 illustrates the calculation of a piecework award for a garment worker who has completed two hours of service. Over the course of a six-hour shift, his productivity varies:
First hour: 10 garments above the hourly standard
Second hour: no garments above the hourly standard
Third hour: 15 garments above the hourly standard
Fourth hour: 13 garments above the hourly standard
Fifth hour: 9 garments above the hourly standard
Sixth hour: 3 garments above the hourly standard
4-9. Calculate the worker’s total earnings for his shift.
4-10. How many dollars did the garment worker earn in incentive payments?
4-11. On the following day, the garment worker completed a six-hour shift, but did not exceed the standard
at any time during this shift. How much did he earn for the day?
Explain the calculation