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- Leading-edge workforce management (WFM) solutions can now be configured to reduce avoidable attrition among frontline and hourly workers by delivering flexibility in working patterns and " continuous listening" analysis through prebuilt or integrated surveying tools
- A shortage of workers and other market forces (such as supply chain interruptions and limited product availability) in many sectors and geographies have prompted investment in advanced scheduling and planning functions so existing workers are deployed as effectively as possible.
- The market is highly fragmented, and there is great variation in terms of product capabilities, cost, and applicability
to worker types and work patterns.
Market Guide for Workforce Management Applications
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