Are you a SMB owner wondering if you should turn your attention to Workforce Management? You may question whether the time and effort spent on an initiative would produce measurable results. Is WFM worth it?
How about 30k a year?
Swipeclock has found that the average SMB can save over $30,000 per year by adopting WorkforceHub.
How does your business compare? The 30k figure is based on an average small business that has:
25 hourly employees to manage;
who are paid an average of $15 per hour;
who work an average of 30 hours per week;
and are supervised by two scheduling managers;
who earn about $30 per hour.
The savings are broken down as follows:
$8,840 in manager time savings;
$5,850 in unplanned overtime savings;
$3,300 in turnover savings;
$13,000 in integration savings;
for a TOTAL of $30,990 in annual savings!
WorkforceHub combines time and attendance (TimeWorksPlus) with advanced scheduling (TimeSimplicity) for total Human Capital Optimization.
Swipeclock offers WorkforceHub, the unified Human Resources portal that makes it easy to optimize the performance of your managers, employees, and business.
WorkforceHub includes TimeWorksPlus, TimeSimplicity, and TimeWorks Mobile. We’ve just added onboarding, benefits enrollment, performance reviews, and employee engagement! WorkforceHub? is developed for busy employers like you who need to streamline scheduling, automate time and attendance tracking, maintain regulatory compliance, and decrease labor costs.
We can get you up and running with WorkforceHub immediately. Contact us today to request a demo.
Or are you interested in becoming a reseller? Check out the Swipeclock partner advantage now.
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