Harness the Power of Analytics for Optimal Labor Forecasting
Fine-Tune Your Workforce to Adapt to Changing Business, Employee, and Customer Needs
Historical Data Will Only Get You So Far in Forecasting Labor Demand
The WorkForce Suite offers labor forecasting capabilities to intelligently predict the optimal labor required to meet your demand.
Maximize performance with accurate labor forecasts that predict labor demand down to 15-minute intervals and are optimized to meet your goals
Enable fair and predictable schedules that create positive employee experiences by supporting more flexibility, reducing employee burnout and turnover
Minimize overstaffing and unplanned overtime—while preventing errors and diminished productivity due to understaffing—with data-driven labor predictions
Measure labor forecasts against key performance indicators to identify areas of improvement and scale your workforce accordingly
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Adapt to change continuously with analytics and technology that accurately predict your labor needs.
Segment data to fine-tune forecasts by department, area, product line, or other variables that help you meet and exceed business requirements and customer expectations
Define labor standards for every group and set minimum and maximum staffing levels for each activity to align with business volumes and staffing needs
Incorporate time standards and time-in-motion data and remove one-off, unpredictable situations from consideration for more precise labor forecasts
Stay on track before isolated situations occur by identifying periods when labor demand may be higher due to variations in promotions, foot traffic, work orders, call volumes, or production
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