About This Resource
When it comes to scheduling your workforce, the devil is in the details. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the data and considerations that go into building the ideal workforce schedule. Managers for municipalities, retailers, fire and police departments or universities that hire student workers must balance the demands of each shift with the qualifications and preferences of each worker, all while complying with collective
bargaining agreements and minimizing overtime costs.
Tracking, managing and controlling these variables with widely used manual paper-based or spreadsheet systems is difficult and time-consuming at best. Compounding the challenge is the dynamic nature of schedules. Someone is always calling in sick or asking for a change. With manual scheduling processes, managers find themselves going back to the drawing board whenever a change is necessary, repeatedly reworking and redistributing the entire schedule.
Chances are, you can relate to the complexities managers encounter with manual scheduling and are looking for a better way. And yes, there IS a better way. With advanced scheduling features your organization can automate scheduling processes. No longer will your managers tear their hair out making sure shifts are covered with the right staff. Advanced scheduling solutions get schedules right the first time and enable your managers to instantly adapt to changes. Not only do managers become more efficient, but they also reduce overtime costs and can rest easy knowing that they’re in compliance with union agreements and labor laws.
Download this whitepaper to understand how to level up your processess with advanced employee scheduling features.
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