As an executive, it's natural that keeping a close watch over expenses falls on your shoulders. Overtime plays a huge role in the budget and we’ll show you how to keep it under control.
Once overtime issues appear, those responsible for scheduling are the first to take the heat. If you're in charge of shift allocations, then our guide is nothing short of a must-read.
If your job is to keep the everyday operations running like a well-oiled machine, then learning how to have a tight grip over overtime policies is something you can greatly benefit from.
Poor overtime arrangements are a direct consequence of inadequate workload management. Not letting overtime issues get out of hand comes down to optimizing talent utilization, which is precisely what our guide teaches you to do. What's more, it shows how to organize your workers without compromising compliance with labor laws.
Enterprises ordinarily start looking for solutions to overtime problems after these issues have already started taking a toll on employees and the company budget. Most of the time, these attempts are both too late and ineffective.
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