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By Christopher Marc Schlick, Sönke Duckwitz, Frank Flemisch, Martin Frenz, Sinem Kuz, Alexander Mertens, Susanne Mütze-Niewöhner

These lawsuits summarize the simplest papers in each one study box represented on the 2016 Annual assembly of the Human components and Ergonomics Society (GfA) within the German-speaking sector, held at Institute of commercial Engineering and Ergonomics of RWTH Aachen collage from March 2–4. The assembly featured greater than 2 hundred shows and 36 posters reflecting the range of subject material within the box of human and commercial engineering. This quantity addresses human components and protection experts, commercial engineers, paintings and organizational psychologists, occupational drugs in addition to creation planners and layout engineers.

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It also aims to have a long-term positive effect on influential factors via employees–for instance, by using knowledge and experience, qualifications and HR development, involvement, communication, appreciation or by promoting other measures, the ability to perform, the willingness to perform and personal responsibility. The implementation of human-oriented productivity management results in specific requirements with regard to: – – – – the inclusion and involvement of employees communication leadership the development, measurement and interpretation of human-oriented key figures and indicators – the operational inclusion of and collaboration with additional players, such as the HR department and HR development – the development of a human-oriented corporate and trust culture By considering the entire range of human-oriented sub-criteria, the value of work is enhanced and employees are shown appreciation, which therefore results in a positive impact on their potential and willingness to perform (REFA-Institut 2016).

2 Examples of graphs for a project planning problem 8 Number of Workers: 2 Workers: Smith, Mayer Duration: 2h Priority: high Recource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem: Investigation of the. . 43 source activity at time 0. Then, subsequently the next unscheduled activity with the highest priority is taken from the list λ. But this activity can be only scheduled if all of its precedence constraints and resource requirements are satisfied. Otherwise, an activity with a lower priority is selected.

Each task of a problem requires abilities and capabilities of workers to process one of the potential activities for this task. For processing a non-preemptive task based on the required levels of skills, a subset of workers has to be identified that can process the activity (Bellenguez-Morineau and Ne´ron 2008; Ne´ron and Baptista 2002). A MSPSP is mainly determined by the restriction that one worker can fulfill only one skill requirement at a time (Li and Womer 2009). But there are also extended models which assign one worker to different skill requirements of one task (Fırat and Hurkens 2011).

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