I n many markets and industries, workforce management is all about assigning the right employees with the right skills to the right job at the right time. The term is differentiated from traditional staff scheduling because staff scheduling is rooted to time management and simply manages the administration of past and future working times.
This traditional approach has since evolved into the more integrated, demand-oriented workforce management, which includes changes in personnel requirements and objectives when optimising the scheduling of staff. Besides the two core aspects of demand-orientation and optimisation, workforce management may also incorporate:
- forecasting of workload and required staff
- integration of employees into the scheduling process
- management of working times and accounts
- analysis and monitoring of the entire process.
Change is imperative. How do you continue to succeed, stay in control, and stay ahead in a world of fast-changing targets? At Intuites, we know how to manage large-volume workforces and seasonal peaks. Our systems and processes allow you to accelerate your performance and lower workforce costs.
With Intuites’ Workforce Management capabilities, we can reduce your risk and manage your site, contingent workers, information needs, and staffing vendors.