We explore the fundamentals of Annualised Hours including how the framework can address issues around productivity, flexibility and employee wellbeing
One of the biggest considerations facing any organisation looking to adopt flexible new shift patterns or effectively manage existing arrangements is the workforce planning and management systems needed to deliver and support such requirements.
Implementing new ways of working such as Annualised Hours and Demand-Led Rostering can be transformative, but the investment made, and benefits achieved, can be quickly undermined by any gaps in your software’s capabilities.
In our experience, Working Time optimisation projects can fail to achieve the desired cost savings, improved productivity and employee wellbeing gains if crucial gaps in an organisation’s T&A / ERP system are not identified and addressed.
Specialist software that bridges the gap between an operating system and applications often holds the key to ensuring organisations have the capability to create and maintain new resourcing models over the long-term.
This white paper sets out to: