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СПЕЦІАЛІЗОВАНА АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА ДЛЯ ЕКОНОМІСТІВ

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4.2. Work Patterns in Pilot Programme

4.2.1.

The work patterns of the staff working in the Personnel Department were monitored for the three months prior to commencement of the flexible hours programme and the monitoring continued during the six months operation of the pilot programme.

4.2.2.

Time sheets were completed detailing timings of telephone calls and visits, which were considered to be the activities demanding immediate response from a member of staff. The collation of these time sheets and the analysis of the attendance patterns have indicated minimum staffing levels. Here the total number of staff is eight and the minimum number of staff required outside of core time was determined to be two.

4.2.3.

By week 5 of pilot programme a working pattern had matured and with the exception of occasional variations this became the normal pattern of attendance. The results displayed in  Appendix B are taken from the average of the last full week of the six month pilot.

 

4.3. Benefits

4.3.1.

Operating flexible hours benefits the organisation and also the staff. The advantages were detailed in the implementation Report of May 1992. The following points, which are observations of the pilot programme, should alleviate most of the concerns.

4.3.2.

With the exception of one occasion when three members of staff were off sick, two for one week and another for one day, the staffing level did not fall to under twice the minimum level.

4.3.3.

Sickness and unofficial absence was halved during the operation of the pilot. Performance indicators proved that the backlog of work had reduced by 25%.

4.3.4.

The review of the Personnel Department staff to measure how they felt about flexible hours revealed that it was an overwhelming success, with no negative responses.

 

5. Conclusions

5.1.

The Personnel Department had no recourse to implement the Attendance Rota detailed in the Implementation Report of 1st May 1992. Further indications after the completion of the pilot phase confirm that this has continued to be unnecessary.
There can be no assurance that minimum staffing levels outside of "core time" will never be below the level which the Organisation and Management Group considers to be the minimum operating level for each Department. However, in the pilot the number of staff was once less than twice the minimum necessary.

5.2.

The Organisation and Management Group currently are programming their schedule for analysis of minimum staff levels necessary for each department, and will advise all Departmental Heads by 26th June of the timings and key tasks to be undertaken. Each department will have the opportunity to demonstrate work patterns and to participate fully in establishing minimum staffing levels both during and outside "core time".

5.3.

As demands upon staff time change, and as the business develops there sill be changes in work patterns. As part of the analysis exercise all Departmental Heads will be advised how to use the monitoring programme to maintain effectiveness.

 


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