Creating a fair and balanced schedule that takes into account special staffing needs, time off requests, budget requirements, and more can take up a lot of time. In fact, over 50 percent of business owners said they spent at least two hours a week building their team’s schedules.
With strategic planning and the use of software assistance, scheduling can become a lot easier. Additionally, automating many HR systems can free up some time for scheduling which often requires methodical attention. Check out the top 5 scheduling mistakes below that quickly lead to employee burnout, low productivity levels, dissatisfied employees, and employee turnover.
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