Hourly Worker Retention: The Key Driver Companies Overlook

In today’s tight labor market, organizations with hourly workers are experiencing unprecedented challenges sourcing enough labor to operate their businesses. To ensure a healthy talent pool, they are focusing on strategies to improve worker retention.

Join Steve O’Brian, VP of marketing at Shiftboard, and Frank Pereira, managing partner of Coleman Consulting Group, as they discuss research-based insights and best practices derived from their extensive experience working with industry-leading organizations on one commonly overlooked factor that most impacts employee turnover: the work schedule.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Drivers of hourly worker turnover
  • The impact of work schedules on job satisfaction
  • Factors of the work schedules that matter most to hourly workers
  • What employers can do to improve retention

Predictive Scheduling: What You Need to Know

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.

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 new in 2019
  • How technology can help

How to Optimize Hourly Labor Costs Through Better Forecasting

Most organizations experience periods of peak and low demand. Understanding historical demand variables can be an important ingredient to creating optimal worker schedules for many organizations. Increasing the accuracy of labor demand by role & location can create higher quality schedules and generate significant cost savings. Even better, customer service and worker satisfaction also improve.

Watch our webinar to learn about labor forecasting in the employee scheduling process. We cover a framework, specific examples and the business benefits of labor forecasting and accurately planning worker schedules.