Workloud Blog

Predictive Scheduling Law: Who and How New Yorkers are Impacted

On November 10, 2017, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced new scheduling regulations aimed at offering employees a more “predictive” approach to scheduling also known in various circles as “Fair ...
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Oregon Passes “Fair Work Week” Law; Employers Must Plan Today For Tomorrow’s Legislation.

It’s happening, there’s no turning back, Oregon has passed Fair Work Week legislation and adherence to the law will be swift and comprehensive. In fact, various parts of the law take effect in 2018 ...
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Engage Employees and Enhance Productivity with Predictive Scheduling

We all know that legislation regarding predictive scheduling is rapidly taking shape in San Francisco, New York, Seattle, and is on the legislative docket in 13 other states and a handful of ...
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The Rise of the Hourly Worker Is Spearheading Workforce Management Technology Breakthroughs

We have seen unprecedented growth in the demand for hourly workers. In fact, in the last 20 years alone, hourly workers have increased in the U.S. from 69.2 million to 80 million. Today, according to ...
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Time & Attendance Software Solutions

The Future Can Be Found In The Data For quite some time, Time & Attendance software solutions have remained pretty much the same. I guess it’s fair to say that time has stood still for Time & ...
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The Art of Demand Driven Scheduling

Think of all the different factors that go into creating just one schedule for your Public Safety department. Scheduling can often be complicated, but it doesn't have to be.
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Real Time Management Whitepaper

In business, the ripple effects of daily decision-making extend throughout a company’s operations. From human resources to supply chain to profit margins, every action taken by labor and management ...
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Understanding, it's the key to understanding.

The great Sir Winston Churchill said, “Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it.” Yes sir, you are correct, even though you weren’t talking about technology, or even more ...
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