Case Study: Automated Scheduling for Autism Plus
About This Resource
Autism Plus is a United Kingdom-based non-profit that supports adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities, mental health and other complex needs. With employees in a variety of roles and needs, the organization realized it could no longer continue its manual scheduling processes and needed a solution that would integrate with Workday.
With over 450 employees across northern England, the organization was struggling with manual processes for scheduling, time tracking and job costing that were burdensome for employees, the payroll team and finance. After decades of using these processes, Autism Plus leaders including Sarita Kumari, Head of Digital/Change Management, knew it was time to upgrade the employee experience and tapped TCP’s Humanity Scheduling for its industry-leading solutions.
In addition to the approved integration with Workday, Autism Plus sought a single solution that could help automate scheduling, align schedules with timecards and help streamline job costing to ensure clients were always billed properly. With most departments using paper schedules and some using “free” scheduling software, the organization learned an important lesson. As Ms. Kumari stated perfectly, “What seems free is not always free and is not always the most efficient way to do things.” It was time to make a big, organization-wide switch from paper to digital.
You May Also Like...
Learn how healthcare orgs are rebuilding processes to achieve high productivity without stretching staff too far or compromising quality of care.
Scheduling is one of the most complicated and critical elements of running a business. Learn how to reduce friction with better employee scheduling.
How Jasper County cut payroll cycles from four days to two hours with TCP Software.
TCP guides you through key steps to help identify what to consider and who needs to be involved when selecting WFM software for higher ed institutions.