Labour Scheduling

Zapper

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Is there a system that wil help with labour scheduling, rostering, working out over time costs etc? I do it on a speadsheet and it takes me hours :-(
 

Middy

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Re: Labour Scheduling

Have you tried looking at the labour scheduling modules that are supplied by some of the major WMS providers ?
 

Caddy

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Re: Labour Scheduling

Mod2 said:
Have you tried looking at the labour scheduling modules that are supplied by some of the major WMS providers ?
Could you suggest a couple?
 

Middy

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Re: Labour Scheduling

Have a look at applications like MARC or HighJump on ideas on labour scheduling modules available
 

Sporkman

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Re: Labour Scheduling

You could try my web-based employee scheduling app:

(oops sorry - new members can't post links...)

It will generate an optimal schedule based on each employee's constraints & a specified half-hourly workload.
 

Trucks n Sheds

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Re: Labour Scheduling

I am looking for something to use in retail grocery stores. What are the main systems in use by companies such ar Tesco, Walmart, Carrefour etc?
 

logistics girl

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Re: Labour Scheduling

The latest article i saw had manhattan associates as the number one provider of labour tools and red prairie second, so i'm looking into those two? don;t know if they'll match what you're looking for but from my early enquiries they do seem to be leading the pack? they've gotta be better than a spreadsheet, anyway!
 

Loggie

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The latest article i saw had manhattan associates as the number one provider of labour tools and red prairie second, so i'm looking into those two? don;t know if they'll match what you're looking for but from my early enquiries they do seem to be leading the pack? they've gotta be better than a spreadsheet, anyway!
Any feedback on these?
 
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