Ensuring enough employees are available to get the job done isn't always easy, and creating a schedule that makes everyone happy is already a tough challenge. On top of that, the roster must comply with applicable laws and company policies, as well as employee preferences and a variety of individual (personal and medical) restrictions. It can often seem like everyone expects you to honour all their demands. So, how can you do this differently?
Self-rostering is a big change for everyone involved. Individual achievements and existing procedures and roles are exchanged for a method with equal opportunities. As a planner, the first few months in self-rostering mainly involves helping define new rules and procedures. When that’s done, you have a sustainable planning method in place that not only benefits the company employees, but also puts the planner’s role in a whole new light!
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