Big 3 Auto Manufacturer Saves Time and Cuts Costs
A Big Three U.S. auto manufacturer’s plants were spending up to 40 hours a week managing employee schedules using a manual process. Adding to the complexity, they had to ensure they followed United Auto Worker (UAW) union rules and a number of safety regulations.
Download this case study to learn how this manufacturer drastically reduced the amount of time required to schedule employees, streamlined the number of staff needed to manage schedules and reduced the amount spent on overtime labor costs annually. All while reducing the number of employee complaints due to errors.
- Shortened time spent on employee scheduling from 40 hours to 8 hours per week
- Reduced scheduling complaints by 93 percent
- Saved $800/employee annually in grievance costs
- Saved $1.5 million in unnecessary overtime within the first year of implementation