Clients

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A new timetable in just four weeks

Adjusting a timetable is a process that usually takes four months. At the Rhine and Lek water district, Déhora sat down with employees to draw up a new timetable in just four weeks for the crews of inland vessels sailing the Rhine and Lek rivers.

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Introduction of a “plus-minus conto” at Audi

In 2010, Audi Brussel and Déhora launched an innovative and flexible hour system in response to fluctuations in the production process. The life-cycle of a vehicle has its ups and downs.

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Planning at Miele – immer besser!

Miele called in the know-how of Déhora. Déhora headed a detailed analysis of the scheduling using the PlanScan. Déhora closely examined the work organisation and various work processes.

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Sustainable staff deployment at Bavaria

Déhora's assignment concerned a study into the problem areas and possible solution strategies surrounding the sustainable deployment of production staff working in the Bottling and Warehouse departments of Bavaria.

Best practice - New roster complies with legislation because of Rosterscan
New roster complies with legislation because of the use of the Rosterscan

The modification of a shift roster is a process that usually takes around 4 months to complete. So Déhora sat down with employees in the Rijn and Lek water district to draw up a new roster for the crews of the vessels sailing on the Rijn and Lek rivers in only 4 weeks time.

Best practice Trespa - Collective labour agreement as a template for customised shift planning
Collective labour agreement as a template for customised shift planning

A collective labour agreement is often a very rigid set of rules that makes flexible shift planning difficult. As described in this best practice case, Déhora can help companies with the formulation of rules for work times and break times and during collective labour agreement negotiations.