About This Resource
Workforce management (WFM) is an organizational method and approach that helps your district maintain a productive workforce. WFM allows districts to manage leave, make decisions based on labor tracking and job costing, and leverage document management capabilities to avoid risk. It also includes tools for supervising mobile and remote administrators, teachers and staff.
Genuine workforce management happens when school districts integrate key activities into one platform. Regardless of the size of your district or your role, chances are you’re looking for information about how to choose the right workforce management (WFM) software because your:
- Systems are incomplete, insufficient or fragmented which makes it difficult to pay K-12 workers in a way that ensures accurate coding and funding.
- Leaders don’t have the access they need to reliable data about employee trends for hours worked and leaves of absence taken.
- Outdated or manual processes don’t allow you to efficiently track compliance against federal labor laws and union regulations.
- Scheduling and tracking substitute teachers has become a headache for everyone involved.
Whatever brought you to this search for a WFM solution, you’re in good company. Many districts are realizing a need to elevate their workforce management approach. Download our buyer's guide for tips specific to K-12 districts.
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