New Health Survey
HotSchedules has launched a new Health Survey for the essential and returning workforce – free for HotSchedules customers. Learn more about how you can leverage this important new feature!
Fourth + QSR = Love
See what our quick serve customer’s think about Fourth, and learn how QSRs are forecasting more accurately, staying compliant and managing their full back office in this challenging new environment.
Grocery retailer leverages HotSchedules’ forecasting and labor management solutions to improve employee retention and scheduling, increase productivity and inform management decisions.
Krystal Case Study
In an effort to deal with the high turnover rates in the industry, read how the Krystal training and development team completely transformed its employee training program with the help of HotSchedules Talent Development Powered by SchooX.
Blaze Pizza Case Study
Blaze Pizza is one of the hottest brands in the nation. See how they reduced their time to create schedules from 6 hours to just 1 hour using HotSchedules and removed headaches surrounding shift-swaps and time-off requests.
Manage Labor Compliance to Avoid Fines and Lawsuits
Today’s quick serve restaurants have to juggle dozens of complex federal and state labor compliance issues—along with everything else it takes to keep their doors open and their businesses profitable. But labor compliance can’t play second fiddle to those issues—it must stay top of mind.
How to Achieve Accurate Forecasting
The more accurate the forecast, the more profitable the business. A demand forecast shows the shape of the day and the anticipated demand. That way, managers can see exactly how many employees they need in each area to meet that demand.
Predictive Scheduling Comes to the Windy City and City of Brotherly Love
HotSchedules makes product enhancements to meet new city and state regulations that ensure customers remain compliant.
“Setting forecasts and labor budgets help us see where our problem areas are, and the reports make it easy to manage the roster.”