Magazine Article | July 21, 2010

Case Study: Control Labor Costs With Web-Based Scheduling

Source: Innovative Retail Technologies

By Erin Harris, Integrated Solutions For Retailers magazine

Creating your schedules by guessing the correct number of employees needed to fill a shift is riddled with inefficiencies and complications. By automating employee scheduling and timekeeping, you can reduce overstaffing, lower administrative costs, and drive efficiency. Life Time Fitness, a health and fitness club chain with 84 locations in 19 states, continues to grow its business by using technology to drive efficiency. John Schuele, senior operations analyst at Life Time Fitness, wanted to streamline staffing by expanding the company's time and attendance solution to include an automated scheduling application.