A standard defines the time that an employee needs to perform a specific task. Defining the right amount of time for each task is a crucial part of the planning process; this is important input to be able to create a proper prognosis, allowing people to work efficiently on the shop floor.
STEP 1. Forecast
Creating a forecast allows you to determine the demand for labour in the chosen week. R&R uses the historical data from similar weeks in the past, as well as the customer flow for those weeks. As such, the entrepreneur need only think about turnover; the system calculates a suitable budget.
STEP 2. Scheduling
The schedule indicates the workforce planning for each week. Graphs are used to indicate when people need to be present each day to be able to perform the planned tasks. This allows you to schedule employees at the right times and at the right costs. R&R also takes into account overtime rates as well as collective labour agreements and legislation regarding working hours.
STEP 3. Realization
Each employee’s worked hours are recorded every day, either manually based on their scheduled hours, or in an automated fashion via the use of a time registration system.
We can also provide an integrated time registration system.
STEP 4. Payroll
Payroll consists of exporting all payment data in line with collective labour agreements and legislation regarding working hours, including overtime rates, into your payroll system.
R&R offers you the option of reviewing your results at the end of the week in a clear format by way of reports. These reports provide insight into the balance between productivity, labour costs, and turnover, and are an important tool to help you manage at a daily and weekly level. Clever planning allows you to improve store experience, with satisfied customers as a result.