The right working time model for your requirements
Whereas most companies are in line with the times when it comes to their manufacturing processes and their product mix, and perform meticulous analyses and optimization, their shift or duty rosters often remain unchanged. Demand peaks are simply compensated for by expensive additional shifts or the use of temporary workers, while overstaffing is tacitly accepted. Working time models, however, should also be analyzed from time to time and adapted to new conditions, just like the vertical range of manufacturing, product and variant diversity or machines and systems. After all, this also has a significant impact on efficiency and value creation. But just how does one go about developing an optimal working time model?