Companies seem to dislike the term ‘turnaround consulting’ because it represents failure. The truth is that turnaround consulting represents success at realizing the company is going in the wrong direction. The only time the company fails is when it is not possible to do a turnaround anymore. We help companies pivot into more profitable directions where they can expand and grow. It is inevitable that companies will end up making a few mistakes; we help them correct these mistakes.
We help companies turnaround their non-profitable ventures into something that benefits them. Our specialty lies in understanding what makes a company special and what makes it tick.
Cramer e-Rostering Consultancy- we help companies assess their skills and choose a new direction which utilizes the talents of the team and resources most productively.
- Roster Approvals
- Hours Balances
- Additional Duties
- Temporary Staffing
- Unfilled Duties
You can transform your Organisation by focusing on 6 key metrics to measure productivity.
Business planning & strategy
Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we present exciting new ventures:
- Better use of substantive workforce
- Attract and retain quality
- Reducing Agency spend and Absenteeism
- Hone sharp leadership skills to manage your Workforce
- Cut expenses without sacrificing quality
- Adopting good people management practices
Research beyond the forecasted plan
We also ensure that the whole team is included in the process and that no one is left out during the turnaround. The most crucial part is ensuring some degree of financial stability during the turnaround.
This is the most worrying part for most clients going through or needing a turnaround; it means that incoming cash flows will change completely. We help ease these issues through fantastic financial projections and a realistic view of what can be accomplished.
Meeting the Carter Recommendations
The report identified significant and unwarranted variation in costs and practice which, if addressed, could save the NHS £5bn.
- All trusts use an e-Rostering system and implement the following practices
- An effective approval process by publishing rosters six week in advance and review them against trust key performance indicators such as proportion of staff on leave, training and appropiate use of contracted hours;
- A formal process to tackle areas that require improvement, with escalation paths, action plans and improvement tracking; and
- Cultural change and communications plans to resolve any underlying policy or process issues.