The Principles of Labor Management webinar is designed to help the manager become more familiar with the techniques of and approaches to managing labor. This course will focus on the principles and methods for forecasting, planning and evaluating labor use, and will preliminarily address using Watson, R.M. to improve performance.
The UniFocus Time and Attendance online training is designed to inform payroll processors and department managers how to track time and attendance figures, modify and approve employee punches, manage employee records as appropriate, understand labor reports and interface Time and Attendance with their payroll system.
The Watson, R.M. Scheduling and Employee Maintenance online training is to inform department managers how to edit weekly schedules generated by Watson, R.M. resource management software, as well as how to set up an employee’s work availability.
The Watson, R.M. Overview for LMS Specialists training is designed to provide a high-level look at the duties and responsibilities of the LMS Specialist as it relates to the configuration of the application and the weekly tasks needing to be performed.
The Watson, R.M. Scheduling and Employee Maintenance webinar is a 2-hour practical application workshop covering the highlights of scheduling and employee maintenance that builds upon the concepts learned in the online course. The session also contains an open forum that allows to participants to ask property/scenario specific questions based upon what they learned in the online course.
The Weekly Labor Meeting Facilitator training is a 2-hour session that provides instruction on how to conduct a weekly labor meeting to identify and acknowledge those departments performing within accepted standards and those that are not. Additionally, corrective actions are identified for those departments not performing to standard.
The Managing Change course is a 2-hour webinar identifying the impact of change on individual behavior and organizational management including the negative factors that hinder change from taking place and the positive factors that promote change. Emphasis is given to the stages an organization goes through in making significant changes.
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