A WFS Webinar Series
Roster Smarter: A Customer Success Story
The Benefits of a Unified Rostering Model for Multiple Locations
Illawarra Retirement Trust (IRT) shared how they unified their rostering model for multiple locations to drive better employee outcomes and greater operating efficiencies.
Rostering your shift-based workforce without a single unified Workforce Management solution can be fraught with difficulty, with factors such as fatigue rules, skills-based requirements and employee availability making roster preparation no easy task. If your organisation works across multiple locations, this only compounds your challenges even more.
With over 40 communities and home care service hubs in NSW, the ACT, and Qld, IRT were faced with the need to migrate to a single workforce management system to manage their roster and time and attendance needs.
Their motivation was driven by:
- Inconsistent, site-based rostering processes that were time-consuming and difficult to sync across multiple locations
- Difficulty in communicating with their employees their rosters, especially those who worked across multiple sites
In this on-demand webinar, Richard Walsh and Anne Kalmanidis from IRT shares their journey from a site-based rostering processes managed at each location to a hub-based centralised roster management system.
IRT shared how WFS Australia has helped implement a best practice approach to:
- Generate rosters that minimised operational costs
- Ensure complex workplace agreements are obeyed
- Manage employee availability across multiple sites.
Head of People & Culture – Aged Care Centres | IRT
Workforce Business Partner | IRT
Account Relationship Manager | WFS Australia