Workforce management for airports
and transportation providers
Smooth scheduling of frontline personnel and operations
Scheduling and keeping track of work hours at an airport, ferry operator or delivery company, can be a great challenge to meet customer expectations and demands. Everything tends to happen fast.
Fortunately, TimePlan has made it easy for several transportation providers across Europe to schedule their employees, keep track of time and attendance and have important analytics and administration available in real time.
Collective agreements and employment rules
All TimePlan schedules take collective agreements and local employment rules into account. The index counters will automatically alert you if you are about to give an employee too many or too few hours or if you are breaking a collective agreement or employment rule.
TimePlan also helps you avoid paying employees unnecessary over-time, and the software keeps track of absence, holidays, and time off in lieu. The result is smoother daily operations, satisfied employees and reduced wage costs, saving management and administration departments time into the bargain.
Flying high with H. C. Andersen and TimePlan
When you take off from Hans Christian Andersen Airport (HCA) in Odense, Denmark, TimePlan is part of ensuring that the airport personnel is ready to welcome you on board your flight. HCA has used TimePlan to plan shifts and register work hours since 2016.
“We heard about TimePlan through Esbjerg Airport and discovered that other Danish airports use the same system,” says Johnny Svensson, Head of IT at HCA.
“Our collective agreements are quite complex because our staff work odd hours, depending on the flight departures. TimePlan automatically calculates all the necessary pay supplements, and under “Functions” we are able to see who is taking care of what task during which departure,” says Johnny Svensson.
Work schedule on your mobile
“Our employees can view their rosters on their mobile phone and swap shifts in TimePlan. That’s a handy function for those employees who don’t work at the airport on a day-to-day basis and who are being called in to assist with the flight departures,” says Johnny Svensson. HCA’s employees register their work hours in TimePlan via finger print sign-in terminals.
The next step for HCA will be to export data from TimePlan into the payroll system used by HCA.
“We’ve had very competent guidance from the TimePlan support team during the whole implementation. Our setup can be quite challenging at times with the various collective agreements, and the TimePlan support has been very easy to get a hold of and ready to help.”
Companies in 25 countries use TimePlan
“Our employees can view their rosters on their mobile phone and swap shifts via TimePlan. That’s a handy function for those employees who don’t work at the airport on a day-to-day basis and who are called in to assist with the flight departures.”
Head of IT
Hans Christian Andersen Airport
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