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23 December, 02:32

Kayleigh is looking over a number of material requisition slips from her employees. She has to sign off on each request after reviewing it, which she thinks is a waste of time and effort. Kayleigh believes that having the name of the employee who requested the materials should be enough. Is she correct?

A:

Yes, it is an extra step and a waste of time; this could be eliminated to allow each requestor to be responsible.

B:

No, approval by an individual other than the requestor establishes greater accountability over inventory.

C:

Yes, most companies allow the responsibility to rest with the requestor and the receiver of the material requisition slip.

D:

No, having one person approve of all inventory works to reduce inventory cost as well as lost request forms.

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  1. 23 December, 03:43
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    (C) Yes, most companies allow the responsibility to rest with the requester and the receiver of the material requisition slip.

    Explanation:

    As Kayleigh is looking over a number of material requisition slips from her employees. She has to sign off on each request after reviewing it, which she thinks is a waste of time and effort. Kayleigh believes that having the name of the employee who requested the materials should be enough. Yes, it is very much true and correct because many companies allow the responsibility to rest with the requester and the receiver of the material requisition slip. Some companies do not want that process to become to become much hectic and lengthy for its management as well as workers. If this process is being followed then less time will be taken to complete the overall project and both the time and cost can be saved to make overall project more effective and efficient as well.
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