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Web based solutions to empower your employees
eResourcePlanner adapts to each industries unique environment.

Taking Operational Cost Out, Using Labor Efficiently & Effectively Are Universal Goals We Help Achieve
Airlines find eResourcePlanner the ideal solution for staff self management. Employee empowerment aligned with business process and rules reduces cost exposure, improves employee job satisfaction and enhances business outcomes.
The hospitality and tourism industries benefit from eResourcePlanner's unique tool set empowering employees to self manage schedules and schedule exceptions as well as time keeping and performance management.

Shift Bidding and Coverage ...

eResourcePlanner allows you to present open shifts or holiday coverage needs to a specific skill set or department, then automatically present it to another if all the schedules are not filled. Complete simple or complex periodic shift bids with minimal effort. Use whatever criteria you like to present and fill the openings.

Most schedule intensive businesses have the need to complete a Shift Selection or Bid process periodically in order to ensure they have the best possible schedule mix according to their workload. This process can be one of the most challenging of all when considering the complexity of creating the schedules, arriving at an equitable selection order criteria, allowing your staff to view the available schedules (and even review them with those people who are most important in their lives), and finally completing the selection/award process.

eResourcePlanner has two separate solutions to help with this dilemma.


Success Stories:

 An Ideal Solution
A major (and innovative) airline uses eResourcePlanner to support their "work at home workforce". They find eResourcePlanner an ideal solution to communicate and manage employee's schedules and entitlements ...
 Free From Time Consuming Tasks
A substantial utility company was faced with a need to manage their staff more efficiently. Front line management was being asked to take on more responsibility without more front line managers or staff ...