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enVista labor management assessments
deliver significant savings
enVista, a leading supply chain consulting and IT services firm, announced today that it is helping companies improve on their ability to optimize their workforce and significantly reduce labor costs with a multi-dimensional workforce performance management (or labor performance management) assessment program.
In addition to determining and implementing labor standards and systems, enVista offers a formalized Labor Management Assessment for the retail or supply chain markets. Known as eVal, short for enVista Value Assessment for Labor (eVal), the assessment deliverables result in a menu of options clients can implement to improve workforce productivity and program savings opportunities.
Tom Stretar, enVista’s Labor Management Practice Leader said, “Companies often want to immediately jump to implementing a Labor Management System. While the technology delivers significant savings, other lower cost, low commitment options can deliver immediate labor savings and productivity improvements outside of a technology investment. enVista’s labor assessment takes into account an organization’s objectives and current workforce variables and provides an array of choices with associated timeframes and projected results.”
enVista workforce assessments identify and quantify improvement opportunities and eliminate waste based on eVal deliverables, including: benchmarks against best in class retail and supply chain labor management programs, process observations in retail store operations and supply chain inbound and outbound processes, lean assessment of value add vs. non-value add, and return on investment model for implementation of a retail or supply chain labor management program.
Jim Barnes, enVista President and CEO, said, “We are excited to introduce eVal to the market and extend the value of our labor management services. Labor accounts for a huge cost of doing business and offers a significant opportunity to reduce considerable waste. Our clients are benefitting from understanding ways they can drive productivity improvements and appreciate working toward a long-term plan that meets their workforce and business requirements.”
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