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Healthy shift planning through shift rotation

There are innumerable possibilities to create shift plans. But how can one take the needs and wishes of employees into account while simultaneously ensuring steady operations? Working in shifts constitute an enormous burden for employees. The human body follows its own rhythm – our internal clock. As a result, the

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Optimal shift planning for hospitals

Hospitals and nursing homes in particular are constantly on the search for qualified specialists. The problem here, however, is that working hours are often not family-friendly due to difficulties in planning. This is often a criterion for exclusion when it comes to choosing a job. With this blog entry, we

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Shift work and its consequences

When a workplace is occupied by several employees taking turns on a working day, it is called shift work. Shift work is a complex issue and often poses many hurdles for the employer in workforce planning, because companies that operate shift work are obligated to draw up a shift plan.

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2020 and the trends in the area of workforce management

Finally, we are in 2020 and this year brings many new trends in human capital management and workforce management. Which new developments should companies take into account and integrate into their everyday lives? More flexibility Flexible working hours will be the focus of employees in 2020. Employers want to improve

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The Christmas Business: A Challenge for Workforce Management

The probably most beautiful and most contemplative time of the year: the Christmas time. But this time of the year is also associated with stress and challenges, especially in the area of workforce management. The only constant (especially in retail) is change The retail/commerce business tries to get us into

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Generation Z and its values

What does my future look like? Apprenticeship with final exams, studies or a direct entry into the world of work? Generation Z – young people born between 1997 and 2012 – are concerned with this question. Work-Life Balance Generation Z, the successors of Generation Y, strive for a clear separation

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The right to part-time and four-day week

If one follows these days the media and the political reporting around the upcoming Nationalrat election in Austria, one discovers many entries, which revolve around the topic of working time, twelve-hour day, four-day week, holidays, part-time phases and working conditions. We want to explore the question of how to reconcile

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