The Economic Impact of an Hourly Employee Missing a Single Shift2019-03-15T12:01:22-04:00

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80% of American employees are living from paycheck to paycheck.

Missing a single shift can snowball into serious financial instability, possibly preventing employees from making rent in time and to skipping groceries for the week.

But the consequences echo back to their employers, too:

  • Finding last minute replacements inflates operational expenses
  • Inconsistent scheduling can lead to increased overtime
  • Frustrated employees disengage and drive turnover rates

Outdated scheduling practices are common in retail and hospitality, widening the gap between industry leaders and followers.

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