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Thread created on Sun May 12, 2013 04:46:48
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Used to be that one employee going inactive for more than 3 days will drag the company efficiency down to like 75 or even lower, now it doesn't go down that much anymore, in our case anyway.

we have an employee that was sent to fed prison, he had been with us for like ages, was a really active and loyal employee so we are still keeping him, he has been logging in like once a week till now.

ofc the efficiency goes down as the days he is inactive goes up, till he logs in again. yesterday the company efficiency was 78% with him inactive for 6 days and another employee was inactive for 3 days. today the efficiency went up to 80% with him inactive for 7 days and the other employee logged in, so we only have him as the employee who has not logged in within 24 hours.

i have been noticing this slow decrease in the efficiency even if an employee is inactive for a while now, anyone else noticing it?

i really hope this is a change and i am not just imagining it. it is too frustrating to see your company efficiency go down the dumps just because of 1 employee not logging in for a few days.

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Posted on Sun May 12, 2013 17:08:38
I haven't noticed any change in efficiency, it still uses the same principles as it did before.

Btw, why on earth would you keep anyone who is inactive that long? All you're doing is killing your company profits.

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Posted on Mon May 13, 2013 10:24:31
how do you know it uses the same principles as it did before?
was there ever a time when you had 80% efficiency with an employee who has not logged in for 7 days?

today our fedded employee logged in so he is back to full stars again but we have 3 employees whose last action was 1 day ago, but our efficiency went up to 94%, that was not even possible before.

and you ask why we keep him?
i think i mentioned it in my first post, he had been with us for like ages, was a really active and loyal employee and he has been logging in like once a week till now. if he does quit logging in at least once a week we will let him go, but for now we are still keeping him.

you say that what we are doing is killing the company profits, you have been missing my point, before that may be true but not that much anymore, that's why i thought there might be a change in they way they have programmed the decline of the company efficiency, hence affecting your sales too.

Yesterdays income: $2,136,238, Efficiency: 80% <-- that is with an employee who has not logged in for 7 days
Todays income: $2,655,407, Efficiency: 94% <-- that is with 3 employees who each has not logged in for a day

$2,655,407 may not seem like a big income for a company but for a furniture company with only 21 employees that is pretty good.

ok, maybe i am just imagining things and not everyone is seeing what i am seeing, if there is indeed a change everyone will find out sooner or later.

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Posted on Mon May 13, 2013 13:08:27
What are their work stats compared with other inactive employees?

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Posted on Mon May 13, 2013 14:43:27
20 of employees we have that are salespersons have working stats way over double the needed stats of a salesperson, 1 is just a 5k short of double the needed stats but he just joined a day ago.

the 3 ppl who was out a day when the crons ran today all have over 4x the needed working stats for being a salesperson.
the guy in fed has over 7x the needed stats for a sales person.

all the ppl that went inactive have stats way above the needed stats, so you cannot say they could not have contributed much to the efficiency of the company.

i'm sorry i cannot give you their actual stats as they are not mine to give.

edit to add: when i say "needed stats for a salesperson" i mean 15k stat cap from main stat (intel) + half of the secondary stat (endurance).

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Posted on Mon May 13, 2013 16:40:46
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