7 best practices to streamline labor scheduling

7 best practices to streamline labor scheduling

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In an industry with high costs and low margins, it’s important to make the most of available resources to control costs. Labor is expensive, but how can labor costs be lowered without sacrificing service level and customer satisfaction? These labor scheduling best practices help manage schedules and lower costs.

1. Create a forecast by looking at historical sales trends.  Historical sales trends remove the guesswork from what you can expect to sell. Occasionally

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