Labour costing software has the obvious benefit of keeping your current costs under control. However, there are other benefits that not everyone considers, such as tax planning, soliciting investors in your company with real-world numbers, and projecting costs versus income over longer time periods. In addition to these you can also extract the benefits of avoiding legal conflicts that can arise due to over-working people beyond what the law allows. Finally, a benefit of labour costing software that not everyone considers is that you can give your employees planned raises to keep their morale high and steady.
The government sector is notably different from the private sector in many ways, but one fact remains true – labour productivity has a real impact on the organization, whether public or private. In the former’s case, labour productivity is inextricably linked to citizen service. Better efficiency outputs means better service to the public, plain and simple. In fact, a study released by the BC Public Service Work Unit detailed how better employee engagement contributes to higher customer satisfaction.