Detailed info on jalsa coefficient and its derivation methodology can be found here.
Jalsa coeff can be used for various comparisons – I vs U, I vs I, I vs Them, current vs past, past vs future, future vs current……
but a simple technique is to consider a salary raise scenario – say you get promoted and now need to work more hours (at home or office is immaterial here). for simplicity lets assume your employer is generous and you demanding – and hence no weekend slogging. So, you work only 9hrs a day during weekdays. your salary – lets just is denoted by this variable “i”. your jalsa coeff is 9.57i. Post promotion (or as the case may be) you work 2hours extra daily on an average. i.e. 11 hours a day during weekdays. And again assume that no weekend work. your jalsa coeff for the same salary is 8.14i.
Reduction in jalsa HAS TO BE compensated by higher income. To get the new salary, we have to divide the two coeff (9.57i and 8.14i), to get 1.18 or ~18% increase in income. And this 18% is to just be at par. This does not even include weekend hours put in. say you put in 4hrs on weekend too, income should increase by atleast 37%. Your jalsa coeff should increase every year, as you OUGHT to have more fun every year.
and what about trips/site visits. well those days are complete waste as you are 24hrs a day away from your circle of jalsa.