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Employee Scheduling and Workforce Management

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  • Understanding the Impact of Labor Laws on Employee Scheduling
    Understanding the Impact of Labor Laws on Employee Scheduling Dorothy Pults, Director of Product Marketing at Shiftboard Recorded: Nov 15 2017 52 mins
    Organizations that manage a shift-based (and hourly) workforce must contend with complex scheduling rules including labor laws and labor agreements. With more states and even cities supplementing US Labor laws, it can be difficult to keep up with all the changes. Many of these laws impact overtime pay, required break periods, and employee rights around a more predictable schedule–which can significantly increase your labor costs. By understanding labor laws, you can create better employee schedules, reduce overtime, and ensure compliance.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    • What is driving changes to labor laws in states and cities across the US
    • What are the key labor laws that affect employee scheduling
    • How technology can help you automate and create better schedules

    We will also provide some practical examples to help you understand the complexity of California, Washington, Seattle, and San Francisco labor laws. These same examples are often found in collective bargaining agreements (CBAs).

    About the presenter:
    Dorothy Pults recently completed a significant research project on US and International Labor Laws and GDPR compliance implications for scheduling shift-based (hourly) workforce. Dorothy has held leadership roles in engineering, product management and product marketing at fast growing companies including EMC, Limelight Networks and F5 Networks drive record customer growth and is recognized for her work aligning products to meet the unique needs of customers.
  • A Structured Approach to Better Staff Scheduling
    A Structured Approach to Better Staff Scheduling Steve O'Brian, Vice President, Shiftboard Recorded: Jun 15 2017 49 mins
    Learn how a better scheduling framework creates a better workflow and leads to better outcomes. Scheduling is a critical activity in modern shift-based workplaces – with impacts on labor cost, productivity, and even legal compliance. A chaotic scheduling process impacts worker satisfaction, absenteeism, and turnover. It also increases the likelihood for human error and makes last minute changes very disruptive.

    Learn about:
    -How to think about a scheduling framework
    -Key ingredients to a staff scheduling workflow
    -7 steps to a better workflow for staff scheduling

    Our presenter, Steve O’Brian is the Vice President of Marketing at Shiftboard and has over a decade of experience in human resources business process optimization
  • Workforce Shift Scheduling: Turning a Task into a Strategic Advantage
    Workforce Shift Scheduling: Turning a Task into a Strategic Advantage Mollie Lombardi, CEO and Co-founder - Aptitude Research Partners Recorded: Mar 30 2017 62 mins
    The schedule is at the center of life for many organizations. Who needs to be where and when is the foundational construct of running a business. And particularly in organizations with large amounts of hourly staff, or multiple shifts, making sure people show up as needed can be the difference between productivity and standstill.

    In today’s world, simply executing an accurate and effective schedule is not enough. Scheduling has become a strategic element of the employer employee relationship, and a key translation point between business strategy and execution. By using tools to make the scheduling process more manageable for administrators, more interactive for employees, and more informative for the business, organizations can leverage the time and investment it takes to create schedules to deliver value far beyond the tactical.

    Join Mollie Lombardi, Co-founder of Aptitude Research Partners, she explores the impact of automation integration mobile tools in the consumerization of technology are impacting not only how organizations create schedules in all environments from simple to highly complex and regulated, but the user experience for both employees and executives.

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