Eric -

Actually, the person who jobbed off first - employee #1 - works 1st shift
and did NOT complete the operation.  Employee #2 - who works 2nd shift -
completed the operation.  It is just that we do the prepare operation the
next day.  Employee #1's transactions did not post, due to an
unrelated-to-this-MO error, while employee #2's transactions did post due to
no errors.  So crewing is not an option in this case.

Thanks anyway -- Joan

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Trube [mailto:JETrube@hoshizaki.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 2:30 PM
> To: 'MAPICS-L@midrange.com'
> Subject: RE: processing PMC transactions
> 
> 
> The employee who jobs off the job first, should not complete 
> & close the
> order; the last person to job off should do this. If it is a 
> problem to give
> the production credit to only the last employee on the job, 
> then the first
> employee could turn in half the amount but leave the order 
> open for the last
> employee to turn in the other half and close the order. 
> 
> Another way to do this might be to utilize crew clocking, so 
> only one of the
> employees has to job on and off the job. This method assumes the two
> employees work the same amount of time on the job.
> 
> Eric Trube
> Hoshizaki America, Inc.
> jetrube@hoshizaki.com
> 770-487-2331 x775
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:       McCready, Joan [SMTP:Joan.McCready@metaltekint.com]
> > Sent:       Wednesday, March 07, 2001 2:37 PM
> > To: MAPICS-List (E-mail)
> > Subject:    processing PMC transactions
> > 
> > To all -
> > 
> > Does anyone have any tips or techniques for the timely 
> processing of PMC
> > transactions that are gathered using a shop floor 
> collection program (we
> > are
> > using PLMC - aka PaperLess - but the problems we're having 
> are in PMC, not
> > in the collection).
> > 
> > We seem to have a timing issue.  We give the supervisors 
> until 10:00 am to
> > "fix" the previous days' transactions, then our payroll 
> dept processes the
> > select and edit and prepare.  After the prepare, the 
> payroll clerk runs a
> > select and edit to see what didn't get "fixed."
> > 
> > One of the recurring problems is where two or more people work on an
> > operation on an MO on the same day.  Employee #1 has some 
> sort of error,
> > so
> > none of his transactions are processed.  Employee #2 has no 
> errors - her
> > transactions are posted.  Thing is - she completed and closed the
> > operation.
> > Once we fix employee #1's error - which was on a different MO's
> > transaction
> > - his transactions still don't post, because now the 
> operation is closed
> > for
> > the MO both employees worked on.  So we re-open the 
> operation and perform
> > yet another select-and-edit to post employee #1's 
> transactions.  It may
> > take
> > several hours to get everything posted, and then the 
> payroll clerk is
> > "guessing" that the corrections are really OK - since the 
> supervisors are
> > too busy or may even be finished with their shift and gone.
> > 
> > Each leadman or supervisor would have literally thousands 
> of operations to
> > wade through each day - they run the "errors only" report, 
> but more times
> > than most, the problem causing the error isn't the error 
> itself, and their
> > attempt to "fix" the "error" screws up the employee's 
> transactions worse!
> > 
> > 
> > We don't have MAPICS' Payroll module.  Does anyone have any 
> suggestions,
> > or
> > is this just the nature of the "beast" called PMC??
> > 
> >         -- Joan
> > 
> > Joan McCready, IS Manager              phone:  636-479-4499
> > The Carondelet Corporation                fax:  636-479-3399
> > A MetalTek International Company     www.metaltekint.com
> > 8600 Commercial Blvd
> > Pevely, MO  63070                      
> > 
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