Excessive workloads can negatively affect both your and your employees’ health, productivity and morale. As a manager and a business, it’s your duty to plan things ahead and distribute the workload optimally in order to reduce the burden on your staff. A 2018 American survey by Flexjobs, 73 percent of respondents said that work-life balance is more important than salary when assessing job opportunities. A little more than 28 percent would prefer to receive lower wages in exchange for the option to work remotely, especially women. Nearly half of employees believe that a flexible job would improve their quality of life. 61 percent of workers quit their jobs or considered doing so because they didn’t have a flexible work arrangement. While numbers in the EU are probably different, thanks to labor laws, it should help average HR resource manager to reconsider a few choices.
By distributing the different workloads that a system handles intelligently. For example, servers connect to multiple clients who are using different applications at the same time and all of them are expecting for consistent execution times and predictable access to network resources and databases.
Job insecurity, financial problems and the competitive job market may force employees to take on heavy workloads and make compromises. Furthermore, working long hours is associated with loyalty and commitment in many organizations. It’s not uncommon to see employers who require their staff to work until late at night or cancel their plans at the last minute. This leads to stress and burnout in the long run. Those unwanted choices are neither in your company or your business interest.
A stressed workforce is on your organization as a whole. Your employees will their motivation, engage in conflicts and have a difficult time completing their tasks. Poor mental focus, sleep deprivation, fatigue and psychosomatic disorders are all common side effects of work-related stress. Studies conducted over the years indicate a direct link between workload and exhaustion. Job burnout contributes to diminished performance, high blood pressure and digestive disorders. Your general interest is to have a flexible workforce, that can answer time limited heavy work rythm increases, so to answer your business partners needs.
Our workload manager system ensures that workloads are distributed properly among available execution units and individual employes. Either with a simple web application, or a full integrated system, you can optimize workflow with thousands of users at the same time. We model our system on cloud computing load balancing, yet this doesn’t mean that it doesn’t answer to people needs. By giving exactly what people can handle, you can optimize your whole company workload by twofold.
Eternos Corporation, thanks to its expertise and technical management, can help you optimize like noone else.