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Connecting the Dots from Fully-Automated Workforce Management Systems to Business Results

Just how much does workforce management software (WMS) ultimately affect a business? While productivity can be measured with a degree of accuracy, not all benefits may be immediately evident. Improvements that may appear minor at first glance may in fact be of paramount importance to your organisation’s daily operations.

Research and analyst firm, Brandon Hall Group (BHG) takes a closer look at the topic in their latest brief, Connecting the Dots from Fully-Automated Workforce Management Systems to Business Results. In it, they explore the root causes of waning employee satisfaction, increasing turnover rates, the impacts of work-from-home and hybrid work models and the benefits of using WMS to navigate these difficulties.

Connecting the Dots from Fully-Automated Workforce Management Systems to Business Results

See the positive impact workforce management systems are having on some of the biggest challenges faced by businesses today.

Read the Brief

This report discusses how WMS can be used to mitigate some of the largest problems commonly afflicting organisations around the world, including topics like:

  • Surveys from major businesses on their workforce management maturity, the biggest concerns that they’re addressing and the consensus on how employee experience strategy is affecting their bottom lines.
  • How lack of executive engagement is the most common barrier towards implementing technological solutions and the lasting repercussions that impact their ability to adapt to improved methods of workforce management.
  • The benefits that automated scheduling has on employees, particularly when dealing with different types of work with different variable shifts. These automations also free up schedulers to focus on more strategic tasks.

BHG also provides a thorough “staging guide” to grade where your organisation currently lies, and how you can begin implementing WMS solutions in your workplace.

The workplace is evolving at an exponential rate and the workforce along with it. Changing demographics, geographies and evolving attitudes are all challenging businesses as to how to best address them. Automated AI-enabled workforce management technology is built specifically to manage the issues businesses face today.

Please read the full brief, “Connecting the Dots from Fully-Automated Workforce Management Systems to Business Results”, and consider giving your employees the modern tools they need to perform their best and prove their value to the business as a whole.