I got 99 problems but my rosters ain’t one

Untitled design (2)Rostering doesn’t need to be difficult.

Some businesses still so firmly believe that, in order to keep absolute control over their rosters, they must continue to tediously do them by hand and dish them out to employees in those dreadful dated brown envelopes.

Dare I compare it to “snail mail?”

And let’s be honest – it’s more than likely that your local post office has recently had to make staffing cutbacks due to the lack of people using postal services now, as a result of the considerable time it takes for hard copy mail to reach people.

Same principle applies to rostering. Why would you continue with the old way of doing things when the benefits of the new clearly outweigh the old.

We’ve painted this picture in the hope that you will be able to recognise the importance of keeping pace with key developments in the area of employee management. Rostering companies have done the hard work and figured it out for you. They hold the golden ticket to your one way route towards better, more efficient rostering.

We believe  the most important  things to consider are:

  • You need to be online
  • You need to be storing HR and financial data in the cloud
  • You need to be involving your employees in this process

So perhaps it’s time for you to get in the game. Businesses come with a multitude of problems. Highs, lows, and everything in between.

If one area of your businesses isn’t keeping pace with the other, you’ll lose the race.

Why?

Because, just like you, all great hospitality businesses have 99 problems.

But I can tell you now, their rosters ain’t one.

Chris Tacon

About Chris Tacon

CEO and Director of goRoster, Chris has a passion for transforming organisations by embracing cloud technologies.
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