Human Resource Capacity Leveling

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If the scheduling of roles and machine types is completed, the Human Resource Capacity Leveling view helps you to estimate whether there is sufficient personnel capacities to execute the project or where potential bottlenecks may occur.

The Human Resource Capacity Leveling is determined by the number of employees, their qualifications, time of employment and workplace (project, subproject). The Human Resource Capacity Leveling shows not only the number of the required hours and days for employees and roles, but also indicates excess and shortfall (supply minus demand = contingency). Moreover, the Human Resource Capacity Leveling view helps you to detect employees that match the requirements of the demand.

Employees whose employee hours / days are in boldface, have already been assigned to this activity. If they are displayed in both boldface and red colour, you have an assignation conflict, which means that the employee has been assigned to several activities at one time.

You can use the **Human Resource Capacity Leveling view to do the following:**

  • Detect overloaded resources as well as the scale and cause of this event.
  • View the working capacity for each of the resource role.
  • Calculate the numbers of work hours that have been assigned to the individual employees.
  • Determine the time the employee is available for additional assignments.
  • Assign recources optimally.

Context menu in the Human Resource Capacity Leveling view

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  • Show maximum usage per unit of the time – The maximum required number of personnel resources for each of the roles / qualifications per day, week, etc.
  • Show effort per unit of the time – Planned effort in employee hours (or employee days, respectively) per day, week, etc.