Bill... Let me throw you a hypothetical.
You hire Stan to go to work for you. His job is building widgets and you expect him to build 500 widgets per week. Some time later you decide the building needs painting. You tell Stan he will spend the following week painting. Do you still expect Stan to build his 500 widgets that week, or are you going to remove that quota while he's painting?
If you remove the quota, without Stan building widgets, the company is not going to be able to fill its orders. If you still expect him to build widgets, are you going to pay him extra for the additional work, or are you just going to tell him it's for the good of the company, it's expected of him, and he's lucky to have a job? What if you plan to pay Stan extra, but because of his family, he doesn't want to (or can't) spend additional time away from home?
Or would you just hire a painter to take care of painting the building and leave Stan building widgets?