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What is your 30-day workforce management plan?

As you start to plan for the weeks and months ahead, we would like to help by offering a complimentary Workforce Realignment Feedback Session with our HCM Analytics team.

During this session, our HCM Analytics team will:

  • Discuss your current plans for workforce changes to manage the next 30 to 90 days and provide feedback on potential risks and opportunities
  • Identify targeted areas where you could potentially reduce your labor costs while minimizing long-term damage
  • Suggest key metrics for you to track so you can forecast labor costs better and make earlier interventions

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time and attendance implementationWhen considering a new time and attendance system, many companies worry that the on boarding process will disrupt their day-to-day business activities.

That’s why, when evaluating what solution is best for you, it’s best to understand the time and attendance implementation process. How long will it take? Who handles what? What level of planning will the vendor perform? Asking these questions can help ensure that the onboarding process is painless, allowing you to implement your new time and attendance system without hassle. Taking the right steps can make sure you avoid the pitfalls that you may otherwise experience.

In fact, there are established best practices that time-tracking providers should follow to ensure a smooth on boarding experience. Some key activities include:

  • Leverage Scheduling – Implementation team managers should leverage all scheduling and resource management tools available. By understanding the resources, schedules, and bandwidth they have to work with, they can more accurately project milestone completion dates and overall time frames.
  • Understand Dependencies and Predecessors – Managers should clearly define what specific tasks need to happen at what point during the implementation process. When both the employer and the project team have a clear picture of how things need to unfold, it’s easier to get to the end goal efficiently.


  • Identify the Critical Path – During implementation, it’s key to prioritize needs and objectives. Distinguishing between ‘Requirements’ and ‘Nice-to-Have’ features can make or break the timely delivery of a solution.
  • Estimate Conservatively – It’s always better to under-promise and over-deliver. Project managers should take a conservative approach when projecting duration or delivery dates.

Avoid Time Tracking System Issues by Focusing on Implementation

Sometimes surprises are good things, but not when you’re implementing a new business system. You'll want to know exactly what you're getting and how it will integrate into your current business practices. Without any blind spots potentially hindering your business operations, you'll benefit from decreased stress and fewer complications in time and labor management overall.


To learn more about EPAY’s implementation process and human capital management systems, visit here or contact us.

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