Use as many constraints as you need
Impose all relevant constraints for generating shifts, including skills, local labor laws, rest periods, HR policy guidelines, and other business rules. Or add your own constraints.
Evaluate multiple business objectives
Choose between different business objectives, such as lowest cost, fair distribution of work or providing maximize service, and calculate the additional cost of adding a shift, keeping customers waiting or working overtime.
Minimize under- and overstaffing
Create and optimize shifts to cover your demand as efficiently as possible, while respecting labor rules, shift types, workforce capacity, skill sets and other business requirements.