RE: productivity standards
|From:||"Lerch, Vicke" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
I agree with Hazel. There are so many factors that can affect cutting on
any given day...how could you allow for every problem encountered??
From: Horn, Hazel V
To: 'lizellis'; Histonet
Sent: 02/22/2001 10:07 AM
Subject: RE: productivity standards
Histology is NOT factory work. Every block is different. Some cut
easily, others are nightmares. I once worked in a lab (for a VERY
time), that had productivity standards. (and by the way, I did meet the
standards) We had to write what time we started cutting and/or
what time we finished and how much work we produced. I felt like I
in a factory. It also made you feel like quality didn't count, only
quantity. I think productivity standards produce low morale. I
never, God willing, work under those circumstances again. Just my 2
> -----Original Message-----
> From: lizellis [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2001 7:36 PM
> To: Histonet
> Subject: productivity standards
> Do any laboratories out there have any written( or unwritten )
> expectations for their Histotech staff?
> Example; embedding 50/60 blocks an hour or more ?
> cutting 20/30 blocks an hour or more ?
> Thanks in advance for the information.
> Liz Ellis
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