Minneapolis, MN, January 3, 2017
Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, and Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, an all season family resort and Ceridian customer, announce they won a Gold Store Operations Superstar award from Retail TouchPoints in the category of Workforce Management. This annual award recognizes organizations leading the way in store operations strategies. Mt. Olympus advanced its operational performance and enhanced its employee experience through the use of Ceridian’s Dayforce HCM solution.
“Our staff have experienced first-hand the advantages of working with Dayforce HCM,” says Beth Boyce, Chief Financial Officer, Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park. “Scheduling functionality has simplified our processes and increased employee engagement by enabling employees to access schedules and pay stubs on their smartphones. The solution gives us the means to reign-in payroll costs and be more productive which impacts my line of work, directly.”
“Store operation strategies can make or break a retail-based company,” says Debbie Hauss, Editor-in-Chief of Retail TouchPoints. “In an exceedingly connected marketplace, organizations must balance immediate on-the-ground needs with multi-channel expectations. We are honored to recognize Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park as one of these high-achieving, multi-faceted companies.”
“Congratulations to Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park on this achievement,” says John Orr, Senior Vice President of Retail, Ceridian, “Their story showcases how mobile workforce management delivers value to organizations by improving operational effectiveness and employee satisfaction. Innovative technology like Dayforce HCM is critical to supporting a successful retail strategy.”
The Store Operations Superstar Award winners in 2016 – 10 in total - include small and large retailers and hail from a variety of industry segments. The award honors companies that have implemented the most innovative, successful store operations strategies in the following categories: workforce management, mobile, customer, inventory optimization/loss prevention and customer engagement.
Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park is a 200-acre theme and water park complex in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin (the water park capital of the world) consisting of four areas: Zeus' Playground (outdoor theme park), Neptune's Water Kingdom (outdoor waterpark), The Parthenon (indoor theme park), and Medusa's (indoor water park). Started by the Laskaris family in the mid 1970’s with a single go-kart track and later the first roller coaster in the area, today’s attractions include 5 roller coasters, 37 steep and slippery water slides and 7 go-karts tracks. The organization also operates 20 motels and hotels in the nearby area, and offers free admission tickets with accommodations. For more information visit: https://www.mtolympuspark.com/
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