Move to the next level of 'ESR Maturity' with Horizon OneStaff™, our solution to Rostering, Open Shift Management and Time & Attendance! This 'best of breed' solution has been designed specifically for the healthcare market, and interfaces seamlessly with ESR.
Improve employee satisfaction and retention for greater productivity.
Horizon OneStaff generates automated, fair and equitable schedules that accommodate individual preferences and skill sets.
Rosters can be built without having managers repeatedly chase up staff and manually work out the right match between clinical demands and available skills. This can reduce the time spent building rosters from three days a month to as little as three hours.
Facilities such as shift swapping and self rostering allow staff to have a greater say in when they work, supporting initiatives such as 'Improving Working Lives'. Rosters can be built to apply certain 'standing orders' which can ensure compliance with the EU Working Time Directive.
The Time & Attendance module is driven by a powerful rules processor to support the complex pay structures and practices evident in the NHS. Managers, supervisors and even employees can accurately log time and attendance using a variety of methods such as web timesheet entry, badge readers, web browser-based clocks or biometric readers. This information is then fed back into ESR enabling increased payroll accuracy.
Your organisation's specific HR and Payroll policies are also configured in the software for each employee group. Supervisors are automatically alerted when an exception to the rule occurs, so any necessary action can be taken.
Right People, Right Place, Right TIme
We have developed our own patient acuity methodology, that is simple to implement, understand, maintain and modify. This enables you to configure patient workloads against trust resource and levels of patient care.
The interface with ESR populates Horizon OneStaff with the necessary staff data - essentially giving trusts the opportunity to use the entire employee population as 'the bank'. This allows staff utilisation to be maximised and therefore reduces agency costs.