Not all overtime is bad. Effective use of planned overtime can help meet flexible production needs or peaks in demand and boost employment engagement.
Without a means of understanding how to effectively use overtime or track overtime trends, managers can be flying blind in knowing if particular overtime is warranted. This can lead to overstaffing and unnecessary costs if overtime isn’t needed or unmet production demand if overtime isn’t approved.
How can managers know if approving overtime is the right decision? This article offers key information that can help managers make informed decisions about overtime:
Download this informative article to learn how an automated Kronos® solution that aligns staffing and scheduling with demand can prevent unnecessary overtime and support planned overtime that controls labor costs and increases employee engagement.
“Kronos allows managers to see when employees are approaching overtime so they can adjust it to control costs.”
Stacey Crockett, ERP and Database Administrator