Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Sethupathy-s
Legal, Training
+1 Other

Dear All,
I need to calculate the work load of each employee and ours is a consultancy firm where we do Project management, design and engineering part of work.
How could we calculate the work load for each employee? kindly help with your suggestions.
Thanks and Regards,
M.Nisha

From India, Bhopal
Dear Nisha,
You need to do "time and motion study". These studies you have to do not only for one but for couple of projects. Then only you will be able to do the workload analysis.
To what extent you have reserved the records of your past projects? Find out what quantum of work was done in what time period. This may give you some clue.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar
Dear All,
I need to calculate the work load of each employee and ours is a consultancy firm where we do Project management, design and engineering part of work.
How could we calculate the work load for each employee? kindly help with your suggestions.
Thanks and Regards,
M.Nisha

From India, Bangalore
Dear Nisha,
Had you only searched the web you would have found some good discussions at https://www.citehr.com/280610-work-load-analysis.html
Dinesh Divekar has given you sound advice. The "Time and Motion Study technique" to use is activity sampling. Rating workers may be out of the question given the nature of work.
Have a nice day.
Simhan
A retired academic in the UK

From United Kingdom
dear Nisha,
Time and motion study can be very useful in a manufacturing unit.
I hope most of your employees are doing office work, since yours is a consultancy firm.
Then Try this-
Prepare a detailed Job description and Job analysis for each employees.
Measure his duties and responsibility on Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Annual basis and asses his workload.
Fix KRA's to measure and convert into PMS/Performance Based Increment Systems etc.,
S.Sethupathy,
Excellent HR Services,
Erode.

From India, Selam
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