Balancing high operator's workload through a new job rotation approach: Application to an automotive assembly line
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Highlights•A mixed-integer programming approach to develop a group job rotation, scheduling in a real setting assembly line.•Balancing the physical workload and avoiding the successive high work-loads simultaneously.•An in-house ergonomic method to analyze the physical worklpads of the jobs.•Clustering of twenty egonomic criteria into five principal categories to reduce the computational time needed to solve the model.•Gurobi solver is employed to solve the model by aiming at planning an ergonomic worker scheduling in a automotive production system.

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