In the healthcare industry, workforce scheduling can be extremely time consuming and complex. Whether scheduling in short or long-term healthcare facilities, optimizing staffing costs must be carefully balanced with quality of service and labor compliance across several worker roles and multiple locations. Find out how scheduling automation can help you:
- Manage overtime costs
- Ensure optimal coverage
- Decrease staff burnout and turnover
- Seamlessly schedule full-time, part-time, and contingent workers
Predictive scheduling laws affect employers across the country, and the number of jurisdictions passing these laws is rising. Managing compliance to these employment laws is a complex process, and penalties for violating the new rules are significant. As a result, companies are turning to technology and data to help them more efficiently create and maintain compliant worker schedules.
Join the webinar to learn the top things you need to know about predictive scheduling. In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll share key information about the new laws, including:
- Predictive scheduling at a glance
- Impact of predictive scheduling laws
- What’s coming for 2019
- How technology can help
Highly configurable, cloud-based automation technologies are disrupting the staffing industry as more executives turn to scheduling automation to improve operational efficiency, drive higher value, and grow their business in transformative ways. Whether your organization is in the beginning stages of research, or you’re ready to join other industry leaders championing the movement toward automation, this webinar provides you with impact statistics and the customer experience data you need to better understand how scheduling automation tackles staffing challenges head-on, across multiple fronts.
Want to learn how to create an employee schedule that also helps lower costs and improve worker satisfaction?
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to apply a strategic framework to employee scheduling
- The four phases of the employee scheduling lifecycle, and the key factors influencing each phase
- Tips for success in assigning employee shifts, managing and communicating change, and reporting on processes and efficiencies
Every event has unique communication and staffing requirements. From vendors, staging, security, food service and staffing, coordinating people and schedules is deceivingly complex. Large events are a logistical challenge that requires the participation of hundreds and sometimes thousands of individuals. Learn best practices for event staff scheduling focused around onboarding, scheduling, and event day logistics.
Matching people with the right skills to the right tasks and tracking the completion of important onboarding details like orientation, training and credential verification can be critical to the success of your team. Learn how applicant tracking functionality can be leveraged across the event management process to ensure your team is “ready to work” on event day.
Understanding historical demand variables (such as customer volume in retail locations, patient loads or call center volume) is an essential component to creating an optimized schedule for many organizations. The ability to forecast labor by role and location can be extremely challenging for organizations attempting to create an optimized schedule. Learn how to create a forecasting framework for your team and leverage real-world examples to help you maximize the payback of labor forecasting.
Do you want to reduce the chaos of last-minute logistical updates, speed communications and improve tracking of staff credits and vouchers? Learn how staff scheduling efficiency can improve event-day operations with QR pass technology and applicant tracking.
Scheduling is a critical activity in modern shift-based workplaces – with impacts on labor cost, productivity, and even legal compliance. A chaotic scheduling process impacts worker satisfaction, absenteeism, and turnover. It also increases the likelihood of human error and makes last minute changes a nightmare. Learn how to establish a scheduling framework and how to develop a workflow that works well for your team.