State the Role of 'Speed Boss' in Functional Foremanship. - Business Studies

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State the role of 'Speed Boss' in functional foremanship.

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In functional foremanship, the speed boss ensures that the workers achieve their work target in a timely manner and are not misusing time during their working hours. The speed boss works directly under the production in-charge of the organisation and cooperates with the gang boss and repair boss to achieve the desired speed efficiency level.

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