In this age of technological advancements, employees have remained a critical resource in the manufacturing space. But effective labor scheduling—aligning staffing to meet the demands of the business—is often overlooked. And when the right balance of labor to production schedules is achieved, it becomes difficult to maintain due to changes in material availability, employee availability and fatigue, and compliance concerns, among other factors. To align labor to business requirements in a cost-effective way, manufacturers need to implement effective and modern labor scheduling practices using new technologies. Read the white paper and find out how you can use digital technologies to improve your business practices.