On Prognosis of Profit with Changing of Quantity of Employees of In-dustrial Enterprises
Keywords:industrial enterprise; choosing of quantity of employees; model for choosing of quantity of employees; analytical approach for analysis of model
This paper presents a model for choosing of quantity of employees of an industrial enterprise, which necessary to obtain the required profit. This model allows predicting the possibility of reducing the losses of the enterprise associated with working in the enterprise of an excessive number of employees (wages, payment for the treatment of sick employees, training new employees, ...). An analytical technique is proposed for solving the differential equation used in the model.
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