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Manage Staff More Effectively With Retail Employee Scheduling Software

Posted by Team Synerion on June 2017

50532392_s.jpgScheduling is an incredibly important aspect of any retail business. You need staff there from opening to closing, and your employees need to know when they’re scheduled, and when they’re not. This is especially true if your retail scheduling isn’t exactly straightforward. Because of these reasons, and more, you should consider retail employee scheduling software.

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Why Scheduling with Spreadsheets Is a Technique of the Past

Posted by Team Synerion on May 2017

46017663_s.jpgLook around online, and you will undoubtedly come across many excel scheduling templates, formulas, and instructions on how to use them. What you may not realize is that scheduling with spreadsheets is not only ineffective, it’s also outdated.

Scheduling can represent the lifeblood of many industries. So using old methods of doing it may not do your organization any favors. Here’s exactly why scheduling with spreadsheets is a technique of the past.

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Signs You Need to Update Your Employee Scheduling System

Posted by Team Synerion on May 2017

52808488_s.jpgThe first domino of nine to five culture has fallen, and the results have been startling. Non-traditional work hours have been found to reduce stress, raise efficiency, and improve morale, but they can also keep your HR department working overtime. If your employee scheduling system doesn’t empower your staff to choose their most productive hours, you need an upgrade. There are other signs that you’re overdue for new software.

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Should You Integrate a Scheduling Program into Your Business

Posted by Team Synerion on March 2017

31047504_s.jpgCreating an effective employee schedule can sometimes seem like a daunting task. There are a number of factors that come into play to meet the needs of not only the company, but your employees as well. Using a pen and paper to create your schedules can lead to mistakes and become time consuming. To better utilize your work hours, consider using a scheduling program. Here are some reasons you should integrate a scheduling program into your business.

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4 Tips for Building Quality Employee Schedules

Posted by Team Synerion on February 2017

41336059_s.jpgWhile creating your employee schedule, sometimes it takes a lot of juggling to make everyone happy, while also maintaining efficiency. Building an effective schedule can make or break a business. Here are some tips for building out your next employee schedule.

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Optimizing Your Employee Work Schedules

Posted by Team Synerion on January 2016

optimizing your employee work schedulesFew industries schedule with only a 9-5 shift in mind. Today's workplace requires flexibility not only to offer great customer service, but increase productivity and engage employees. While it's difficult to create the perfect employee work schedule, taking your current schedule and making it better is possible. To make the most of your business' and your employees' time, start using these tips to optimize your employee work schedules. 

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Topics: Staff Scheduling, Time and Attendance, employee scheduling

5 Employee Scheduling Tips for Retail Businesses

Posted by Team Synerion on December 2015

5 employee scheduling tips for retail businessesRetail businesses face their own challenges when it comes to scheduling. Between juggling worker needs with business needs, managers can easily cater to one over the other, creating tension in the workplace. To create a balanced and fair schedule, use these four tips to ensure better staffing at your retail business. 

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Topics: Staff Scheduling, employee scheduling, Retail, retail management

How to Create a Better Staff Schedule

Posted by Team Synerion on October 2015

how to create a better staff scheduleScheduling is a delicate balance. A good schedule keeps employees busy but not swamped. It creates a job for everyone without anyone taking more than their share. Reaching that perfect balance can be difficult without years of experience or extensive support. Use these tips to create a balanced staff schedule whether you've been a manager for two months or two decades.

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Topics: Staff Scheduling, Time and Attendance, employee scheduling

The Importance of Time Tracking for Seasonal Workers

Posted by Team Synerion on September 2015

the importance of time tracking for seasonal workersThe holidays are right around the corner, and for many businesses, that means the return of seasonal workers. While seasonal workers are a huge help to businesses, they can also be a source of frustration when it comes to time and attendance. Even if a worker is only working for a season, workers and managers need to work together to ensure proper time tracking.

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Topics: Time Management, employee scheduling

Scheduling Mistakes that Cost Your Business Money

Posted by Team Synerion on September 2015

Scheduling Mistakes that Cost Your Business MoneyPayroll is one of the biggest costs in both large and small businesses and waste can significantly add to this cost. Wasted time, wasted hours and wasted talents can drive a business into the red, and often, that waste begins during the scheduling process. These four scenarios represent a few of the ways scheduling mistakes cost your business serious money every day.

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Topics: Time and Attendance, employee scheduling

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