Raydiant, TimeWellScheduled Team Up to Optimize Workforce Communication, Management

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Raydiant, known for its digital signage and experience platform, has joined forces with employee management firm TimeWellScheduled (TWS) to offer more state-of-the-art tools. Businesses lose up to $420,000 annually from employee miscommunication, and 1 in 10 US businesses say their shift workers miss shifts on a daily basis. The partnership combines the time and attendance tracking and scheduling tools of TWS with Raydiant's plug-and-play office digital signage, which is used to display TWS data on large office screens. This integration improves employee communication, productivity and morale through highly visual, at-a-glance visuals that amplify important internal communication in the shared workspace.

Now part of the Raydiant marketplace, TWS offers retailers, restaurants and other industries the workplace tools they need to run their businesses smoothly. Incorporating digital signage with TWS tools allows business owners and managers to save time and money on unclear messaging, while improving their employee communication and morale. Aside from time and attendance tracking and scheduling, TWS software also includes payroll, reports and mobile-friendly options for managing data from any device.

"There's an undeniable correlation between clear workplace communication and the employee experience," said Bobby Marhamat, CEO of Raydiant. "We've partnered with TimeWellScheduled, not only to magnify their internal messaging with dynamic digital displays, but to fill a need in the market: more — and clearer — employee communication. Business owners and managers that onboard communication tools like ours see a significant shift in workplace morale, a shift that also greatly reduces employee turnover and the expenses related to it."

TimeWellScheduled is accessible to Raydiant customers with subscriptions to both platforms, and is easily managed via the Raydiant dashboard.

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