Haploos has a proprietary and simple way to analyze staffing levels.
In partnership with a client in the energy industry, Haploos developed a simple yet powerful way to look at workload and staffing levels to easily determine where resources need to be allocated.
What is staffing analysis?
A staffing analysis answers several questions business leaders have:
– Labor Availability
– Labor Productivity
– Emergent Work Projections
– Scheduled Maintenance
– Suggested Strategy
How does the analysis work?
Our unique and powerful proprietary methodology and tools break the analysis into a 5-step process:
Step 1: Scope establishment: We determine what historical data is relevant and the scope of projection.
Step 2: Data collection: We work with your team to data-mine all “in-scope” data.
Step 3: Data validation: The data is put into context. This ensures abnormalities are documented and mitigated and that all data is properly understood.
Step 4: Staffing analysis: We analyze the data using the Haploos Staffing Analysis Tool.
Step 5: Solution build: Using the agreed findings and impacts, a plan is provided to address problems and provide alternative options.
How does it directly benefit my company?
The Haploos Staffing Analysis allows you to see what the next two years will look like with current staffing levels and work trends.
Future work trends are typically organized into four segments:
– Routine Emergent
– Heavy Maintenance (project)
The Haploos Staffing Analysis will allow leaders to understand:
– What work will occur.
– How effective the teams are.
– How prepared teams are to manage the future.
Armed with that information, your team is able to better understand and plan for the future.
Learn from your past to understand your future and plan for it.
– Reduce Overtime
– Decrease Downtime
– Reduce Logistics Costs
– Increase Productivity
Know your future work
A clear understanding of what kind of work will most likely occur and when.
Know you future effectiveness
Know the effectiveness and actual availability of your work force.
Know the results of your strategy
Put your maintenance scheduling strategies in context with your maintenance trends and resource availability and effectiveness.
Design a strategy that will work
Know when the most opportune time is to accomplish your strategy.