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post #1 of Old 08-27-2008, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
 
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Scheduling on jobs

Hi guys,

Just like to ask some information on how you guys actually do the scheduling of your jobs.

For eg. how many jobs would you assign a team of 2 persons for a day?
How to you determine d timing for each job and not forgetting the travelling time from venue to venue.

How would you maximize the work performance and the team as well?

Need some advice here..
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anyone care to help enlighten?
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post #3 of Old 08-28-2008, 08:33 PM
 
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Hi guys,

Just like to ask some information on how you guys actually do the scheduling of your jobs.

For eg. how many jobs would you assign a team of 2 persons for a day?
How to you determine d timing for each job and not forgetting the travelling time from venue to venue.

How would you maximize the work performance and the team as well?

Need some advice here..
Personally I go with on the first job assignment. It helps get the employees acclimated and allows me to get a sense of how long the job should take. A lot of times your estimate should give you a rough idea, and you can even cross reference your numbers with that of the ISSA which post "Average Cleaning Times" for just about anything.

And the number of jobs would really determine on the jobs themselves and how many hours you're looking to give them. If you have the luxury of offering several people full time, then treat it like a 9 to 5 keeping in consideration transits.
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