Nov 16, 2015

Top HR Employee Scheduling Apps to Get You Through the Holiday Season

As holiday season approaches, your employees’ thoughts will often start to turn to vacations, time off, shopping, and anything but work. Conversely, for many companies, this is the busiest time of the year, when extra staff are needed to handle the crazy demand that the season brings. As the mayhem kicks in, scheduling employees to make sure you’re not understaffed and losing business is crucial.

How do you schedule your employees shifts during the holiday period? According to a recent study, more than half of service organizations manually schedule hourly employees. Not only is this extra time and effort, it’s also a lot less effective and more error prone. The good news is that there are cloud-based employee scheduling apps out there that can take the headache out of this process and allow you to concentrate your efforts elsewhere.

WorkJam

WorkJam is a cloud-based, mobile and web-accessible employee relationship management platform that allows organizations in the service industry to manage and optimize the entire employee-employer relationship life cycle. This ranges from sourcing, qualifying, hiring, and onboarding to scheduling and evaluating hourly workers.

“As holiday mayhem kicks into gear, employers can use WorkJam to tremendously reduce the time and effort they spend on scheduling, and concentrate their efforts elsewhere in the organization,” says Steven Kramer, CEO and co-founder of WorkJam.

 

Read more at http://www.business2community.com/brandviews/getapp/top-hr-employee-scheduling-apps-to-get-you-through-the-holiday-season-01375032#8rQwICByQlBRuLCd.99

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