How can effective workforce planning benefit aged care providers?
For an aged care business to be successful, it is essential to have a well-thought-out workforce plan. By taking the time to sit down and map out exactly who you need on your team and when, you will be able to avoid many common pitfalls. A good workforce plan will consider things like:
- The specific needs of your clients
- The current skills and experience of your team members
- The projected growth of your business
- Available funding packages
Key benefit areas of effective scheduling include:
Scheduling Effort & Time Allocation, Scheduling Centralisation, Scheduling Automation, Scheduling Scalability, Route Optimisation, Field Staff Utilisation, Spend Optimisation.
By taking these factors into account, you will be able to create a workforce plan that will benefit your business in both the short and long run.
Governments, business, and community groups need to collaborate to deliver the solutions needed.
- Workforce planning
- Rostering and scheduling
- Customer and employee value proposition
- Consolidated procurement
- External agency & broker management