Since 1987, Déhora Consultancy Group has been the leading specialist worldwide in the area of workforce planning and management. At Déhora, we assist organisations in striking the perfect balance between people, resources and time. With strategic, tactical and operational solutions, we help organisations optimise their business processes and results. In this way, we make labour more durable and effective. We are headquartered in Amsterdam and have branches in Antwerp, Warsaw and Prague and a number of partnerships worldwide.
The solutions that we, as a multidisciplinary consultancy firm, offer you
Déhora advises and supports organisations in situations where workforce planning and management activities are characterised by a certain degree of complexity, fluidity, and unpredictability. Déhora supports these organisations at an operational, tactical, and strategic level.
Our outsourcing service offers you a total solution for the optimisation of your workforce planning and management activities. That is why we offer Planning as a Service: a package of planning services to give your organisation exactly what it needs.
Our interim planners and planning managers have built up a wealth of experience working in different organisations and with different (planning) systems over many years. An interim planner or planning manager can be deployed at a moments notice, work independently, and will quickly get up to speed.
We offer specially-designed software packages for a whole range of planning needs. We have off-the-shelf solutions which are quick and easy to implement. And we also have software packages with extensive functionalities for complex environments.
Better alignment between staffing level and workload because of self-rostering
Balancing the workload and the preferences of employees is a difficult task for any workforce planner. In addition at NedTrain, there were also considerable peaks and troughs in the workload. NedTrain wanted to achieve a better alignment between the staffing level and the actual workload so that is why they introduced self-rostering.
News, blogs, webinars, whitepapers and more about workforce planning and management
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In many sectors, such as industry, the planner has a traditional role: being responsible for the day-to-day scheduling, often arranging leave and being responsible for resolving matters as they crop up, such as illness and shift changes.