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Stop Letting Poor Scheduling Bleed Hospital Payrolls
Health Leaders Media

Just-in-time scheduling can often mandate when employees will work, when they’ll work overtime, and when they’ll be sent home with little notice for any contingency—all of which is designed to save money by more closely linking labor with immediate demand.

One human resources expert says, however, that a poorly designed just-in-time scheduling system will do exactly the opposite and will end up costing healthcare providers more money in higher absenteeism and turnover.