Organisations that put their people first are becoming the employers of choice in a highly competitive labour market. Providing roster flexibility, while building rosters collaboratively, prevents employees from leaving jobs with rosters that don’t fit into their lives.
Lay a strong foundation in order to efficiently align labor to demand. Project the labor needed to meet demand by using a combination of historical data, recent trends, and seasonal predictions. Or, simply import anticipated business demand.
Save hours generating a best-fit roster by automatically taking into consideration business demand, labour budget, employee preferences, workforce skills and certifications, union rules, rest rules, and the like.
Share workers across locations or job roles through centralized rostering. Use visual indicators and KPIs to make quick adjustments. Plus, workers themselves can trade shifts on their mobile devices to help balance staffing coverage.
Schedule and pay your workforce in 60+ countries with workforce management and payroll on one platform. A single source of truth helps you adhere to local and applicable labor laws, company policies, union agreements, fiscal mandates, and ever-changing fair rostering requirements.
You need systems that make change easier and faster. Dayforce helps customers make more efficient, data-driven decisions.
Guide rostering effectiveness through dashboards with pre-configured metrics such as Roster Adherence, Absenteeism, and Unscheduled Overtime
Define the KPIs that are specific to your business to help track labor demand more accurately.
Be notified when you reach KPI thresholds to help you evaluate staffing coverage and budget promptly.
No. Some workforce management systems help support salaried employees as well. For example, Dayforce allows project-based employees to align time worked against specific projects to better manage labor allocation by project against general ledgers.
Dayforce enables employees to manage their schedule availability using self-service. Using the availability editor, employees can specify which days they’re able to work on, and the times they are available to work on any day. Employees can define default availability and can also submit temporary changes.
Yes. Dayforce enables managers to post open shifts for bidding among qualified employees. Managers can review relevant information for each employee that accepts the shift, such as seniority and response time, and can award the shift to the appropriate employee based on the combination of this criteria.
Yes; Dayforce's Predictive Rostering Premium rule can be tailored by region to enable compliance with the growing global trend towards more predictable rostering. For example, retail businesses in San Francisco can automatically pay employees a premium for roster changes, according to the San Francisco Retail Employee Bill of Rights.
Yes. In addition to helping increase accuracy and efficiency, questions such as “can my labor budget support being open an hour longer or opening on a holiday?” can be answered in real time easily. A single system for Workforce Management and Pay helps enable instant net-pay calculations and on-demand pay for the workforce.