Quick Stats

Quick Stats

    Poll

    Poll

    Which digital channel do you most widely use to capture shopper feedback?

    You are here

    Trig’s Deploys Workforce Management System

    Grocer is looking to optimize its workforce chain-wide

    Trig’s, a full-service supermarket serving northern Wisconsin, has deployed Ceridian Corp.'s Dayforce Workforce Management solution to boost the efficiency of its work force across its stores.

    “We implemented Dayforce Workforce Management to optimize workforce efficiency across store operations and run our business using real-time data,” said Angie Dreifuerest, VP of human resources and benefits at Trig’s. “Dayforce lets us improve our efficiency and meet the demands of our growing operation.”

    Dayforce Human Capital Management was developed to enhance employee engagement and productivity, while greatly reducing administration time and costs. The application includes Payroll, Tax, Workforce Management, Benefits and Human Resources modules.

    • Dayforce Payroll enables employees to view, edit, fix and preview payroll in real-time, eliminating batch processing and trial run to ensure employees are compensated accurately and on time.
    • Dayforce Workforce Management allows managers to plan and forecast labor requirements, aligns schedules with labor demand, and ensures accurate time tracking and compliance.
    • Dayforce Benefits manages employee enrollment, calculates eligibility and supports an unlimited number of plan types to administer accurate, compliant and accessible benefit plans across the organization.
    • Dayforce HR Self-Service increases manager productivity and employee engagement by allowing mobile access to view and make changes to status through approved workflows and to manage schedules through shift trading, availability management and time-off requests.

    Trig’s, a division of T.A. Solberg Company, Inc., operates stores in Rhinelander, Minocqua, Eagle River, Wausau and Stevens Point. In June 2011, the company opened its first Save-a-Lot store and in May 2012 opened its first Village Market in Manitowish Waters. 

    Related Content

    Related Content