Probably and in three main areas. You will be able to typically scale manual scheduling from a few days or a week to cover several weeks or months and more at one sitting. The biggest time saver will be analysis and error checking staff schedules, especially where compliance is a requirement (working hour and rest period constraints) - this typically accounts for up to 40% of time. The third area is time taken to format and publish staff schedules throughout the organization, this of course increases in light of correcting errors which can be expensive after publishing.
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