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Aside from ushering in a higher ROI, adopting workforce management software can promote team members’:

  • Engagement
  • Motivation
  • Morale
  • Efficiency
  • Satisfaction
  • Sense of purpose

It’s critical to keep your team members engaged to retain top talent, which can be especially challenging in the job seeker’s market, propelled by the popularity of remote work. One worthwhile way to accomplish this is to give your employees, contractors, and leadership the tools to do their jobs more effectively with less busy work.

In this blog, we cover five ways implementing a workforce management system can reinforce the idea that people are your organization’s greatest asset.

Benefits of Workforce Management Software for Employees

Increased Productivity

Research shows that U.S. employees waste almost an entire day each week searching for information they need to do their jobs. This challenge is often fueled by the use of multiple applications and disorganized file sharing.

In fact, the average employee uses 11 different platforms to do their day-to-day work.

Workforce management software compiles many of these platforms into one application to help your teams stay more organized and efficient. This may include tools for functions such as:

And, if you want to prove your workforce management software is producing increased productivity levels, your organization can calculate productivity as a numerical value using business analytics tools like coAmplifi’s Resource Productivity Index (RPI), which outputs data based on how long it takes team members to complete their assigned tasks.

Better Work-Life Balance

Nearly 90% of employees have experienced burnout within the past year, which is the number one reason U.S. employees leave their jobs. On top of that, 70% of professionals don’t think their employers are doing enough to prevent and alleviate burnout due to issues like understaffing.

Employees who work long hours often end up feeling overwhelmed, demotivated, and physically and/or mentally unwell. Workforce management software creates a win-win situation for both employers and employees when it comes to work-life balance by:

  • Reminding team members to take their scheduled meal breaks reduces employers’ risk of costly wage and hour lawsuits
  • Encouraging employees to log off on time, which avoids unapproved overtime
  • Improving task tracking, which makes it easier to see that tasks are being equitably distributed
  • Providing tools to also track personal appointments and events, which can be hidden from others in your organization

coAmplifi’s customizable business analytics enables you to view work-life balance as a percentage based on the amount of time a team member spends working, making it easier to stay on top of.

Improved Accountability & Ownership

Your workforce management software should include project management features that help to:

  • Organize individually assigned tasks
  • Track milestone due dates
  • Alert team members and managers when an assignment is missed or overdue
  • See progress made on assigned tasks
  • Showcase how each individual’s work contributes to the team’s goals

This enhanced project tracking encourages team members to take ownership of their work and holds them accountable to their deadlines. It also enables real-time recognition for completing major milestones.

Another benefit of project management software for employees is that it can limit an individual’s assignments to tasks that are related to their job description, which means they’ll always be working on something relevant to their intended career path.

Clearer Pathways to Success

Nearly half of all U.S. employees report that they don’t know what’s expected of them at work. Workforce management software helps to clarify expectations regarding due dates, responsibilities, and deliverables through the transparency of a project board that updates in real-time.

Because all tasks and projects are tracked, employees can enjoy simplified prioritization, less miscommunication, and avoid confusion.

Strengthened Remote & Hybrid Cultures – Wherever Work is Performed

Remote and hybrid workplaces are growing in quantity, making it necessary to implement tools that enable remote employees to stay connected regardless of their location or time zone. Workforce management software provides resources to improve culture, collaboration, and knowledge sharing via:

  • Shared meeting notes
  • A virtual campus
  • Instant messaging
  • Project dashboards
  • Virtual employee lounge

Scheduling tools can also help employees and managers track whether their team members will be in the office, offline, or working from elsewhere on any given day.

Reduce Costly Employee Turnover With World-Class Workforce Management Software

Employee satisfaction is important to any organization’s success, reputation, and bottom line. Workforce management software makes it easier for you to keep your team members happy, which means less time spent on hiring and training new team members and more time spent on billable work. This is especially important for financial service organizations and other professional service providers.

Improve your retention today with advanced, all-in-one workforce management software from coAmplifi. Schedule your demo now!

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