Workforce Tip of the Week, sponsored by Spectrum Employee Services: Common pitfalls of scheduling

There are three types of scheduling problems that we always run into … and if you’re a nurse manager or in a  role that manages employee schedules, you’re probably quite familiar with them:

  • When you don’t have enough people scheduled to work, productivity isn’t up to par, and you risk having disengaged employees on your hands due to burnout.
  • On the flip side, too many people on the job isn’t smart spending of your hard-earned revenue.
  • And if you don’t have the right people with the right skill sets when you need them, you could fail to comply with important labor laws and regulations.

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