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During the past five years, advances in computer hardware and software have allowed applications to take many factors into account in generating sophisticated schedules.

October 10, 2008
Related Topics: Human Resources Management Systems (HRMS/HRIS), Work/Life Balance, Attendance, Scheduling
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During the past five years, advances in computer hardware and software have allowed applications to take many factors into account in generating sophisticated schedules. Today’s tools can consider such input aswage-and-hour rules, worker certifications and employee performance. Retail scheduling software from Kronos, shown here, factors in key performance indicators, daily labor needs and sales statistics, and productivity. (Click here to view graphic)

Workforce Management, October 6, 2008, p. 35 -- Subscribe Now!

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