Work Wonders

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 1. Work simplification techniques are often called ____.

 
 2. Effective work simplification techniques can improve productivity by up to ___.
 
 3. Supervisors should film employees in secret to catch them making mistakes.
 
4. If certain pieces of equipment have become obsolete, they should be kept in storage until they might be needed in the distant future.
 
 5. Replacing dull blades on cutting/chopping equipment can improve productivity and product quality.
 
 6. It's a waste of time to perform tasks in pairs or groups; it's more efficient to keep everyone doing separate tasks.
 
 7.  In a 2008 study, researchers found that foodservice employees should have washed their hands ___ times as they changed from one task to another.
 
8. Washing hands between tasks is a waste of time and is something that can be cut out.
 
 9. It's okay to sacrifice ___ in an effort to improve efficiency.
  
 10. ___ is a time-consuming area in foodservice that is often overlooked.
 

 

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