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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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The Effect Of Resting Time To Work Productivity On Surya Hutani Jaya Company

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Purbawati, Muchlisrachmat, Yosep Ruslim, B.D.A.S.Simarangkir



Productivity,standart output



Purbawati, Rachmat M, Ruslim Y, B.D.A.S.Simarangkir. 2016. The Effect of resting time to work produktivity to the activity of Seedling Eucalyptus Pellitawith mini cutting.Productivity is the ratio between the output and the input. Rated productivity indicates how effectively the production process has been empowered to increase the output and how efficiently are also sources of input has been successfully saved. Many factors can affect productivity example is the resting time factor. In this study, which examined is how the influence of rest periods of the Productivity and how much the standard output produced by the female labor force.Research conducted on women workers who are working at the cutting shoots (cutting house).Nurseries with mini cutting process is done by cutting the ¾ of the leaves on each leaf so that the remaining 2 to 3 pairs of strands shoots that have undergone a process of cutting in its leaves called ready plant bud (shoot). Ready plant bud is the output of this research, while the input is the time used to do the cutting. This study aims to determine the influence of rest periods of the productivity of female workers and to determine the standard output produced by the female labor force. Data processing method used is the partial productivity measurement methods and measurement methods of working time. The results stated that the amount of labor productivity of women without giving time off is 0.0911 shoots second -1 ; whereas labor productivity by granting time off for 5 minutes every hour (C1), by granting a 10 minute break every two hours (C2), by granting time off for 30 minutes per one working day (C3), by granting time off for 60 minutes per one working day (C4), and the provision of rest periods combined / mixed, which is 5 minutes every hour and 60 minutes per one working day (C5) respectively is 0,0908 shoots second -1; 0.0761 shoots second-1 ; 0.0972 shoots second-1; 0.0857 shoots second-1 and 0.0860 shoots second -1. The calculation output standard as many as 277 shoots hour-1 and the average output produced by the female labor force amounted to 299 shoots hour -1. The results of this study could be the basis for the company to give workers time off to the woman for 30 minutes scheduled for 12.00 to 12:30 pm and as a basis for granting incentives to workers who are able to generate an output of more than output standard.



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