Managers and Supervisors who are constantly finding themselves falling short on time and resources may want to think twice, and look for these signs…
1. Scheduling inputs are all over the place
Trying to count all of the different elements that go into scheduling a workforce can make anybody’s head spin. It requires consideration from all types of sources—employees, payroll, production demands, and labor unions, just to name a few. The problem is these sources are not organized. Keeping all inputs in one place will provide control and transparency, as well as save a great deal of time.
2. In every pay period, you find mistakes.
Accuracy should always be a top priority when it comes to workforce scheduling. Mistakes are bound to happen, but not this often. Increasing visibility into your payroll processes with user activity reports will help identify where these mistakes are coming from. By isolating the issue and holding employees more accountable for their data, payroll discrepancies can dramatically decrease.
3. You can’t react quickly enough to changes
Running into an unexpected change with production or scheduling is inevitable. But don’t let those changes affect production or make you overspend on labor. It is important that you have full visibility over your workforce so last minute shifts can be quickly filled with qualified and available employees
By having an all-around workforce management solution like Workloud, You will be able to access all records in one place, avoid discrepancies with your payroll records, and have full visibility over your workforce.