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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

Why Scheduling With Spreadsheets is Inefficient

Posted by Team Synerion on September 2015

Why Scheduling With Spreadsheets is InefficientIf you're still using spreadsheets for scheduling, you're not alone. Thousands of businesses rely on Microsoft Excel and its alternatives to make sure their business is fully staffed. But with new innovations in workforce management systems, there are much better, less time consuming ways to create the best schedule possible. Don't cling to your spreadsheets out of habit. Here are four reasons you need to ditch spreadsheets today. 

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Topics: Staff Scheduling, employee scheduling

How to Create a Time Off Policy that Meets the Needs of Your Employees and Your Business

Posted by Team Synerion on August 2015

How to Create a Time Off Policy that Meets the Needs of Your Employees and Your BusinessIf time off policies were simply about the employer, there wouldn't be much time off. Many businesses struggle with writing policies pertaining to time off because a great policy can draw in excellent candidates and keep skilled workers, and a bad policy can chase them both away. If you're creating a time off policy for your company, use these tips to structure a fair deal for everyone. 

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Topics: Staff Scheduling, employee scheduling

4 Easy Tips To Improve Your Employee Scheduling

Posted by Team Synerion on August 2014

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Employee scheduling can have a huge impact on organizations, affecting productivity, performance, employee satisfaction, and even profitability of the business. Yet many companies fail to view employee timetables as an important priority – a potentially costly mistake. Without an efficient planning process, organizations face high labour costs, noncompliance issues, compensation inconsistencies, payroll errors, and more.

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Topics: employee scheduling

The Pros and Cons of Current Employee Scheduling Methods

Posted by Team Synerion on August 2014

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Employee scheduling is never the most glamorous part of anyone’s role, but it’s as important as any other job function. If this statement evokes skepticism for you, here’s some food for thought:
  • Payroll is often the highest cost incurred by businesses, and improper or sloppy employee timetables contributes to it rising

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Topics: employee scheduling

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