Brochure: Public transport planning & optimisation
Posted: 5 October 2016 | | No comments yet
Does your current workforce planning approach keep employees happy and at their most productive?
Can your planners swap employee shifts without incurring overtime or breaking labor laws? Can planners take employee preferences into account? When a driver calls in sick and you’re not in the office, can you quickly manage and adjust your plan so that the train still leaves on time?
If you answer ‘no’ to one or more of the questions above, you’re not alone. A lot of public transport companies struggle with conflicting challenges – operations which are both efficient and flexible, and managing last-minute changes, while keeping staff productive and motivated.
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