Humanforce launches its new brand identity and website

This new chapter reflects the full breadth of what Humanforce has to offer businesses, at a time when the world of work is experiencing more change than ever before.

10/16/2020

“For Humanforce, our customers and businesses across the world, the past nine months have been anything but normal, and change is something we’re all grappling with,” explained Bruce MacKenzie, Founder, Humanforce. “Yet, change is something we are well-versed in at Humanforce. We have undergone a number of transformations since starting out in Sydney in 2002, having followed a trajectory of growth that has established us in four countries, with over 500,000 end users across 9,000 locations, in 23 countries.

 

“Our new messaging and website is part of our culture of embracing change, and it is the result of us spending a lot of time delving into, understanding and articulating what it is Humanforce has to offer, what we do for our customers and who we are as an organisation.”

 

Humanforce’s core customer base is made up of businesses that employ shift-based workers, such as those in the hospitality, retail, healthcare, childcare, stadiums and a range of other sectors. For these customers, managing their workforce in order to retain a viable business into the future is a huge task, particularly during COVID-19. The workforce management tasks these customers have on their minds, which have to be managed at all times, are wide ranging: leave planning, overtime, understaffing, overstaffing, sick days, regulations, onboarding, award interpretation, social distancing – the list goes on and on.   The big question for them is how they can keep on top of all of this, when they are struggling to just figure out who is working the next shift?

 

“In a world where employers are always running to keep up with the chaos of constant change, including the many changes with every single shift, it’s hard to keep businesses running smoothly,” said Clayton Pyne, CEO of Humanforce. “Almost every shift has its no-shows, late arrivals, and special requests. But now, employers have also got to deal with the big shifts in how people work – everything from new employee expectations to new technologies, new regulations, and other major changes.

 

“That’s where Humanforce comes in and provides a platform that completely changes the way managers and their teams get ready for the next shift. Not only does it automate much of the scheduling, communications, compliance, and pay calculations, but it absolutely transforms the employee experience.”

 

The Humanforce platform helps businesses get ready for the next shift by:

  1. Simplifying the process – with a platform that lets businesses streamline and automate everything from scheduling to onboarding to compliance
  2. Seeing everything at once – with real-time access to availability, wage costs, acceptance rates, schedule changes, and more
  3. Staying ahead of the curve – with a solution that’s continuously improving and a team that’s constantly watching out for you.

 

Visit www.humanforce.com to find out more.

 

 

About Humanforce

The intelligent platform for your shift-based workforce.

 

Almost every shift has its no-shows, late arrivals, and special requests, but, you’ve also got to deal with the big shifts in how people work – everything from new employee expectations to new technologies, new regulations, and other major changes. Humanforce brings a whole new approach to managing your teams where you can simplify the process, see everything at once, and stay ahead of the curve. That’s why thousands of businesses of all sizes – hotels to hospitals, resources to recreation, stadiums to shops and more – use Humanforce to get ready for the next shift. www.humanforce.com

 

Media Contact:

Corinne Nolte

Mulberry Marketing Communications

+613 9023 9110

cnolte@mulberrymc.com

 

 

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