A-10.2 Completing the AMP Worksheet

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AMP Worksheet Columns

WebCOINS is used to obtain the authorized and on-rolls complement data by management position. Column instructions are the same for both losing and gaining facilities. Columns 1 through 11 apply to the losing facility. Columns 12 through 22 apply to the gaining facility.

1. Position Title: Data is reported from WebCOINS. All management positions are reported.

2. Level: Data is reported from WebCOINS. All management positions are reported.

3. Current Auth(orized): Data is reported from WebCOINS. All management positions are reported.

4. Current On-Rolls: Data is reported from WebCOINS. All management positions are reported.

5. Proposed Staffing: Enter the number of proposed positions. Use 1:22 ratio or the current national criteria as a guideline in determining manager distribution operations (MDO), supervisor distribution operations (SDO), and supervisor transportation operations (STO) positions. For support positions, such as maintenance and in-plant, review existing authorized positions and determine proposed support staffing that will be required to maintain the operations retained at the losing facility.

6. Difference: Formula calculates the difference between the “Proposed Staffing” and “Current On-Rolls” positions.

7. Current Annual Workhours: This formula calculates the “Current Annual Workhours” based on the number of “Current On-Rolls” positions and the number of supervisor workhours in a workyear recorded on the AMP Data Entry Page.

8. Proposed Annual Workhours: This formula calculates the “Proposed Annual Workhours” based on the number of “Proposed Staffing” positions and the number of supervisor workhours in a workyear as indicated on the AMP Data Entry Page.

9. Workhour Rate: The workhour rate for each position is populated using the Current Fiscal Year National Average Fully Loaded Labor Rate or local rates if available.

10. Current Annual Costs: This formula calculates the “Current Annual Costs” based on the “Current Annual Workhours” and the “Workhour Rate”.

11. Proposed Annual Costs: This formula calculates the “Proposed Annual Costs” based on the “Proposed Annual Workhours” and the “Workhour Rate.”