Food & Beverage Workforce Management
The food and drink industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, contributing £31.1bn to the economy annually and employing 450,000 people. Mitrefinch workforce management solutions can help measure productivity, track training requirements, and schedule across various skill sets.
Solutions that lead to success
The challenges faced in the food and beverage industry are real with many businesses have reported increasing difficulties in recruiting new talent. Job flexibility and a variety of part time roles make it difficult to keep jobs staffed. Our flexible time & attendance products and services can be used to create your most efficient workforce management system ever.
Decrease workforce pressures, increase revenue, ensure shifts are covered
By providing an accurate picture of what an employee is doing at any given time in the day, a key indicator that can help companies hit productivity goals and manage costs, and helping companies view employees as valued resources, workforce management software technology can help businesses work smarter, better, and faster in any environment.
You'll have more flexibility
Successful management of flexitime and shift work across multiple sites and pay centres is a vital, but often complicated, part of today’s food and beverage industry. Mitrefinch solutions are fully customisable to accommodate for variable and complex shift patterns across production.
Secure digital document storage
Maintaining a single source of truth for employee paperwork gets tricky with multiple storefronts and countries. Workforce management solutions can help retail HR teams from getting bogged down with employee paperwork, document retention schedules and compliance audits. By having one secure document storage location, HR teams can spend more time making a positive impact on their businesses.
Mitrefinch’s Time & Attendance software system saves a great deal of time and produces accurate information at the touch of a button, rapidly reducing labour and administrative costs.
Using access control
The use of access control systems can help to reduce the risk of food contamination and satisfy supplier contracts by only allowing authorised staff to enter production areas.
Using our integrated time and attendance systems alongside it, you can restrict access to high-traffic and high-risk areas to ensure health and safety standards are met.