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Thanks to all attendees from the various industries such as warehousing, logistics, retail, ship services, ship building, container terminals, HR consulting, aviation etc. We really enjoyed your input and questions and hope you had an informative day.
Senior HR and operations professionals from across the Middle East are set to attend the first Dubai WTS Executive Forum, a conference examining how to significantly improve productivity in large workforces. The event takes place at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai on the 21st April 2015 and will play host to speakers including Dr Salem, former VP, HR at Emirates Global Aluminium and a presentation from the National Ambulance in the UAE.
At the Annual Working Time Change Forum at the Celtic Manor Resort in the UK many different businesses presented about their working time change journey, what challenges they faced, what were the lessons learned and benefits achieved. Hearing it from the person in charge of the project was so much more interesting. They were candid when they said they had to change more than just shift patterns, infact the entire company culture and work attitude has to change. From in-efficient 8 hours standard work time with plenty of costly over-time payments to a flexible shift system aligning workforce to the actual demand driven solely by the market and customer service level.
Katharina Albert presented the Lean Employee Resourcing concept In this seminar we discussed Lean Employee Resourcing (Lean ER®), which helps businesses to define more specific work shift patterns to avoid over- and under-utilization of staff as well as offering flexibility to keep employees motivated and productive. We also shared a successful case study from our software partner Working Time Solutions (WTS).
Kevin White in an interview with BBC Radio4 BBC Radio 4’s consumer affairs program, You and Yours, looked at whether a good rota can really help A&E departments to meet peaks in demand and ensure service levels are consistent. Kevin White, the CEO of Working Time Solutions spoke on BBC Radio 4, about designing shift patterns that close the gap between supply and demand, and build in additional flexibility so that contingencies can be met.