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Empowering organizations to make data-driven workforce decisions to build a more engaged, productive, and agile workforce

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Efficient workforce planning is essential to align workforce with business objectives

T3 can help you optimize the use of available resources, avoid disruption and minimize the cost of operation by efficiently planning workforce demand and forward business operations. T3 capability typically includes:

  • Forward business operations planning

  • Shift operation plan and demand mapping

  • Business network expansion or capacity resizing

  • Scientific workforce demand modeling

  • Stand-by staff requirement planning

  • Staff cost modeling based on geographic locations

  • Job types, positions, and skill-based planning

Operations Planning

Effective operations planning is critical to the success of any business. It helps you deliver performance, streamline business operation and optimize resource utilization.

Staffing Models

Workforce demand planning helps you ensures availability of the right number of employees and skills required to meet its business operation demand and avoid disruption.

Demand Forecasting

Effectively plan and address the skill requirements within your organization, ensuring that you have the right skills available to meet your business operations demand.

Cost of Operation

It involves modeling and planning the cost of workforce to be deployed to address business operations demand generated from different divisions, operating units/ work locations.


Operations-based workforce demand planning is a strategic approach to aligning an organization's workforce with its operational needs

This process involves forecasting the number of employees, along with their skills requirements, required to meet the current and future operational demands of the business. Here's how t3 operations-based workforce planning works:


Understanding Operational Needs: Gain a thorough understanding of the business operational requirements and factors that drive workforce demand.


Identify Skill Requirements: Based on the operational workload, identify the specific skills and competencies needed to fulfill various tasks and roles.


Data-driven Recruitment Strategies: Align recruitment strategies with actual operations needs to efficiently manage workforce demand and supply.


Mapping Skills to Roles: Align the required skills with the positions/ roles within the organization. Determine the exact skills and competencies needed to perform effectively and run your business operation seamlessly.


Drive operational excellence by building flexible staffing models that meet current and future operational needs

Building efficient staffing models involves designing a workforce structure that aligns with your organization's objectives, optimizes resource allocation, and ensures effective staffing. Here's a step-by-step guide to building efficient staffing models with t3:


Flexible Staffing Models: Evaluate historical data, current workload, Identify peak and lean seasons, busy periods, and fluctuations in work volume that influence staffing needs.


Flexible Resource Costing: Build resource costing plans based on the skills and geographic locations where staffing models needs to be applied.


Skill Breakdown Structure: Align recruitment strategies with actual operations needs to efficiently manage workforce demand and supply.


Stand-by Staff: Include standby staff requirements for each role or position in the staffing models to cover planned or unplanned absence.


Empowering organizations to make informed decisions about their workforce with t3 Workforce Demand Forecasting

Workforce demand forecasting is an important tool for large organizations to optimize their human capital, align with business goals, and manage the complexities of their size and structure. It enables efficient operations, cost projections, and strategic planning, ultimately contributing to the success of the organization. Here are some key advantages:


Strategic Workforce Planning: Demand forecasting provides a strategic roadmap to identify future workforce requirements and align them with organizational goals.


Cost Efficiency: By accurately predicting workforce demand, organizations can avoid overstaffing or understaffing, leading to better cost management.


Talent Acquisition: Forecasting helps HR teams proactively acquire talent, and ensure the right number of skilled employees are available to meet future business operation.


Effective Recruitment: Knowing future staffing needs in advance allows HR to optimize recruitment efforts and find the most suitable candidates for open positions.


The cost of workforce operations refers to the expenses associated with managing and maintaining the workforce to meet operations demand

Understanding the present and future cost of workforce operations is essential for organizations to ensure effective human resource management, budget control, and overall operational efficiency. Here are some key advantages:


Efficient Financial Management: Effective workforce cost planning allows organizations to allocate funds to meet future workforce demand.


Budget Control: A well-planned cost-of-operation strategy helps control costs, preventing wastage and promotes efficient resource utilization.


Informed Decision-Making: Provides data that supports informed decisions about investments, growth initiatives, and workforce allocation.


Strategic Alignment: Aligning operational costs with the strategic goals ensures that human resources are directed toward the organization's mission and objectives.

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