Staff rota planning does not have to be complex or time-consuming. The bigger the organisation, the more important rota planning and potentially the more stressful it becomes. Even small businesses, for example, those in the hospitality industry, can find rota planning a challenge. But fear not. There are a number of ways that you can streamline your rota planning and shift scheduling, saving as much as 70% of a businesses rota management time.
In our previous blogs, we have talked generally about absenteeism, The Bradford Factor and ways to reduce absenteeism in the workplace. In this article, we want to cover the features of RotaOne in relation to absenteeism and absence management and list the top five benefits.
Every business has them: employees who always seem to be off with something – cold, migraine, sick relative, burst pipe.
These short, frequent, unplanned absences are more disruptive for managers and colleagues than longer-term, less frequent absences. Left unchecked they can be harmful for your business operations and bottom line.
Employee absenteeism comes in many forms, and every employee has their own reason for staying away from work: some absences may be caused by an underlying health issue; others could be a sign that staff morale has taken a dive and needs addressing.
Absenteeism is bad for business. The unplanned loss of staff, often for long periods, can have negative knock-on results for the bottom line and operational efficiency of your business: