Earlier this year, we took you through the future developments and expectations for the year 2023(click here to read it again). In this newsletter, we go more specifically into the fast-approaching second quarter of this year and give an impression of what we are currently working on.
The agreements you make with your employees around leave are becoming increasingly complex, and for the entire organization, you quickly lose track.
To make this all easier and more insightful, we are going to make it possible to record these agreements when the employee is on leave. We will build and deliver this feature in phases. First it will be possible to record and view these appointments and, in the next release, these appointments will also be automatically processed in the schedule and the realization.
Below is an impression of what this might look like.
Late last year we made it possible in R&R Insights to store your own views so you can easily switch between the different information needs you have.
Payroll and hour budgets are determined several weeks in advance to allow for timely planning and publication. The biggest input for these budgets is the expected turnover, which combined with historical data and a standardization results in a number of hours and corresponding labor costs. Of course, between the time the expected turnover is given and the time the week actually starts, all sorts of things can happen that can impact that expectation.
Flexibility and employee engagement are important themes we want to facilitate with R&R. We previously communicated that - in order to support the dialogue between employer and employee in a simple way - we are going to modify and improve the R&R Job App. We have now started building the new app. Below you will find a preliminary impression of the development. We will keep you informed through the product updates on the site and the newsletter.
Want to contribute to the roadmap? We are constantly testing our ideas with users. Before we start building new features, our UX designers talk to users to determine how we can best shape the new feature. Care to provide input on that? Let us know and we'll invite you to participate in user testing of future features.
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Mark Taling - Product Owner