Wednesday, February 5, 2014

HPU mailroom's department working scheduler

Problem Description
I found that HPU's mailroom might need a more systematic schedule for each worker. Because most of the workers  are students not professionals. Base on my working experience in the mailroom for one year, I found that sometime it is hard to get the workers to come to work on time result as shortage of man power, decrease of efficiency. The worst, once I saw the superior delivered the mails all the way to Loa campus on his own because he was the only one at the office. My proposal is that creating a rating and rewarding system that will rate for each workers in five-star rating standard depend on their performances and attendance, and then schedule the workers into at least a 5star worker on the certain time period system. To those students who are less than three-star are not qualified to get the maximum 15 working hours or lower the 15 max. per week . To those students with more than 3 stars, they are able to apply for the extra working hours up to 20. But this increment have to agreed with the HR and base on the student's studying situation.

System Capabilities
The system will be able to store in any information that might relate to the worker or might help for the rating including comments maximum in 50 words. A record for each worker clearly state the worker's status, in this case, star rating.

Business Benefit

Increasing efficiency of the work, motivate students during working , train students to be professionals, using the limited time to do the maximum works, investing money wisely. (pay to who deserves)

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Another try!!

My last attempt on System analysis was a failure.I won't miss out this opportunity again, I will try my best. It is a new start for me.

Basically I have done all sections on CodeAcadmy the last time I took this course. But to review and learn from failure,I design I will do them again. I am also hoping that I can find some basic or intermediate Ruby learning website like CodeAcadmy. I have seen Professor Joseph had included several other ways for us to learn more about Ruby, which is on the BerkelyX Lecture section. Like there is This website is similar to CodeAcadmy but less lectures. The good thing about this website is that it lists shortcuts and commands which allow us to go through the sections simply control on the keyboad. But there is also a thing I don't like which is every commands and sections are on the same page. It is very hard to find out which one is it when you have reached the last objective.You have to scroll down and up look up which command you have used for the string fro example or which is for which formula. In this case, I think CodeAcadmy is more clearly.

I haven't explored the other two websites yet, but I will. I am also happy to hear from some of you if you have found some very good sites about Ruby.I hope you can share with me. thanks