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“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Did Mahatma Gandhi know, when he spoke those words, that they would soon be a staple on brightly colored posters adorning the walls of primary schools across the nation? He probably didn’t. But that’s because he didn’t actually say that. At least, there’s no historically verifiable record that he spoke those exact words. Yet, they survive, reappearing on posters and mugs and magnets and any manner of trinket to remind us of that very concept. Why?
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When it comes to workforce planning, many metrics such as cost of attrition and time-to-fill have lost their attractiveness. Metrics like labor costs and unwanted turnover have taken center stage. As benchmarking becomes increasingly important, companies need to review the metrics they originally deemed insignificant and look at them through a new competitive advantage lens. Metrics do not go out of style--people just forget why they are important. The key is to integrate the right analytics for every role in their organization.
Optimizing your workforce means allocating the right resources to tasks based on employees’ skills, availability and preferences while respecting regulations and labor agreements. These operational challenges get very complex, very quickly. Join Edwin Lohmann, PhD, Director of Business Unit Workforce, North America at Quintiq for an engaging discussion on how you can overcome the complexities of workforce planning and scheduling to gain full visibility and control over your entire workforce processes.
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