Democratising work distribution
and improving employee wellbeing in the process
Providing live visibility on employee availability - making work allocation and pricing quicker, easier, and more efficient and reducing the amount of overworked employees.
Directing work to the most available resource, ensuring work is delivered more efficiently and to the highest possible standard.
Supporting remote working and cross office/jurisdiction teams.
Our unique set of distribution options allows for maximum efficiency and fairness in work allocation - reducing unconscious bias and empowering employees to take ownership of tasks.
Tracks employees capacity and workflow. This can be visualised on the level of the individual, job role or team.
The data collected by the app can be used in a number of ways, e.g. to assist with pricing work, to ensure resources are efficiently managed, or to identify experience gaps in teams.
01 / EFFICIENCY
We have costed current processes and estimate that firms are losing between £0.3 - 3mil in opportunity costs per 450 lawyers each year through inefficient work allocation processes.
Capacity drives efficiency by connecting people with work faster and by enabling more even work-distribution. This results in more efficient work delivery, a reduction in the number of overworked employees, and has the potential to save millions of pounds in opportunity costs.
02 / PEOPLE
One of our unique distribution processes allows employees to self-select their work.
Scientific research has found that autonomy over tasks is more than twice as likely to improve job satisfaction than salary, working hours, and working environment.
Moreover, perceived control over work flow reduces levels of work-related stress as well as increasing job satisfaction. Job satisfaction strongly correlates with improved quality of work, which in turn translates into increased profits for the business.
03 / INSIGHTS
Capacity tracks employees past and future availability and workflow. This can be visualised on the level of the individual, job role or team.
The data collected can be used in a number of ways, e.g. to assist with pricing work, to ensure resources are efficiently managed, or to identify experience gaps in teams.