It’s counterintuitive to think of high overtime as being related to over staffing. Most view high overtime as a sign more workers are needed and current employees are over worked. In fact, managers are far more comfortable having bloated staffs rather than either an understaffed organization or one with a staffing level demanding cutting edge efficiency in order to get the work done.
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