Sheen Co. manufacturers laser printers. It has outlined the following overhead cost drivers: Overhead Costs Pool Cost Driver Ove
rhead Cost Budgeted Level for Cost Driver Quality control Number of inspections $ 72,000 1,200 Machine operation Machine hours 150,000 1,500 Materials handling Number of batches 1,200 30 Miscellaneous overhead cost Direct labor hours 57,000 5,700 Sheen Co. has an order for 1,000 laser printers that has the following production requirements: Number of inspections 265 Machine hours 225 Number of batches 5 Direct labor hours 740 Using activity-based costing, applied materials handling factory overhead for the 1,000 laser printers order is: Multiple Choice $15,360. $200. $22,500. $15,900. $7,400.
This is simply called an Institutions in the economy of any country that is concerned matching one person's saving with another individual's investment collectively. They save and lends money to the public.
When the government's expenditures is far greater than its receipts, they would likely directly sell bonds to the public. The expenditures of government always goes on goods, services, or transfer payments and when they become bigger than their tax revenue, the government therefore runs into a budget deficit. This can therefore make a government borrow some amount of money from financial system to pay for budget deficits, and the results of government borrowing can increase a nation's debt rate.
A certificate othat shows one is indebted as it shows or specifies the obligations of the borrower to the holder.
A. Write job descriptions for all your positions, then,
B. Evaluate/rank the positions by level of responsibility and
C. Place them into a compensation structure, clustering positions with relatively equal weight into one classification or tier of positions.
Next you would research legitimate salary surveys to learn what other employees of similar revenue, industry, size, for/non-profit status (and other factors deemed important) pay for similar positions. Then you build your salary structure around this “market” rate.
The structure around the market rate should be what an experienced, solid performing employee is paid. Entry-level employees may be paid 75-80% of the market rate (depending on a variety of factors) and highly-experienced employees would max out around 120-125% of the market rate. And everyone else should spread out across that range based on experience, knowledge, performance and perhaps what they’d been earning in previous positions and what they negotiated coming into the organization.