Employee Scheduling: Algorithms vs. Employees
A few thoughts on why algorithms get bad press.
(1) The ‘exploitation’ mindset isn’t what we’ve seen from our adopters
(2) Wellbeing can actually be optimised too
(3) Efficiency per se is also in employees’ interests
(4) In reality, you can usually improve both at once
David joined Rotageek in 2016 after stints at McKinsey and in banking, where he was most recently a stock-market analyst for the supermarket sector. He spent his first 3 years building out the Customer Success function and now is responsible for articulating the vision for the solution and planning where our development capacity is spent as our Chief Product Officer.View All Articles