How poor airport scheduling affects your employees

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Are your employees burnt out from working erratic shifts?

Let’s face it. Running an airport is no walk in the park. You’ve got to juggle shift preferences, complex regulations, and labor rules, while still meeting the needs of your stakeholders. With such a tough balance to maintain, what’s the one thing that would make your job easier?

Optimizing your airport resource planning and scheduling.

Don’t leave your plans and schedules to sub-standard planning systems. Learn how the best airports, including Copenhagen Airport, optimize their resource planning and scheduling with Quintiq.

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CATEGORY

Aviation, Workforce Optimization

AUTHOR

Sriyani Rao.

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Sriyani Rao

About Sriyani Rao

I'm a community specialist for Quintiq, a job that makes for an interesting ice breaker! I learn new things everyday on this job; it’s a constant experiment when it comes to doing engagement on social media. My role is to help spread the message that when it comes to supply chain optimization and planning, Q’s the word!