How Agile is your Labor Reporting?
Updated: Apr 4, 2019
Looking for a competitive advantage? Start by removing the delta between strategy and execution.
The planning / reporting cycle of most companies often looks the same:
Scheduling of personnel happens weekly
Labor productivity is periodically throughout the shift
Overtime is approved toward the end of the shift, if needed
Financials are compiled at the end of the month after closing
Financial results are available often weeks after closing the month
In best-in-class operations, the planning / reporting cycle is agile:
Scheduling of personnel happens weekly – and refined daily through shift planning
Productivity is tracked in real-time throughout the shift
Output trends project overtime requirements prior to the shift starting
Before each shift, supervisors understand the impact of their shift plan in terms of labor costs and whether or not they are within expected productivity and budget goals
Financial results are available daily and aggregated weekly, monthly and quarterly, bringing cost-per-case front and center.
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