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.

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Workforce scheduling software is solving big challenges in the new manufacturing landscape. If you’re still using pen and paper or spreadsheets to schedule your workforce, you may not be well-equipped. This infographic explores the top five ways workforce scheduling software can help manufacturers in 2020.

  1. Improve retention and productivity
  2. Reduce overtime and labor costs
  3. Ensure labor and employment law compliance
  4. Keep day-to-day operations running
  5. Balance workforce dynamics with changing business goals

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If you are an operations leader you may have wondered how to simplify the workforce scheduling process, while also saving your company time and money. This guide covers five ways adding workforce scheduling software will solve some of the biggest challenges you face:

  1. Improve employee retention and productivity
  2. Reduce overtime and labor costs
  3. Track and maintain compliance with labor laws and CBAs
  4. Ensure smooth day-to-day operations
  5. Enable dynamic workforce capacity to meet ever-changing demands