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Time Study, Time and Motion Study
How long does a job take? Perhaps the single most important operating information, in any business.

Many of our clients want help to determine just that. Management calls us, usually with an objective in mind and we provide what the client wants. We don’t insist on a particular buzzword, but apply our skills to achieve the client objective. Learn what we are all about from the long list below; buy a book, read an on-line blog or article, download free forms.

Clients call on JPR because their own resources don’t have the experience or available time to resolve a particular issue. We are asked to do the job, or lead, or support, or teach.

Our consulting assignments have resolved the following work measurement objectives in a wide vaiety of workplaces;
perhaps the challenges you face are similar. If so, give us a call.

Skilled Labor Shortage If a shortage of skilled labor is an issue for your business, work measurement is key tool. Observe and time your skilled people to identify wasted time and the lower-skilled tasks that are assigned to them. In other words, free up your skilled people to use their talents. JPR is experienced at work and workplace design, at eliminating non-value added activity, at identifying and managing constraints. Please click for the Skilled Labor Shortage page.

Our Productivity and Industrial Engineering Books, click cover for contents. The Industrial Engineering book includes
the contents of Time and Motion Study, Layout
, and Cost Reduction; but not Construction Piece Rates .

Click for the Kindle version of Time and Motion Study

Work Measurement On Line

Recent Blogs are at Click to read

Construction Piece Rates Article Click to read
Incentive Pay Article Click to read
Piece Rate Article Click to read
Time Study Article Click to read
Free Time Study Forms Click to request
Free Time Study Guide Click to request


For questions or discussion, contact Jack Greene at 843-422-1298 or e-mail.