Time & Attendance
Build task checklists and assign recurring duties to hourly staff via mobile app. Require staff to upload photos to show completed work. Track completion by teams and locations to maximize productivity.
Create location-based to-do lists, assign them to specific teams, and set due times and occurrences. Standardizing workflows like this ensures important tasks get done quickly and easily – even when managers aren’t around.
See when tasks are in progress, not started and completed across your entire workforce, and follow up with staff when things are overdue. This visibility keeps staff on track and managers in touch with what’s getting done on the frontline.
Have your staff log temperature and scale records for certain tasks. Monitoring and calibrating all your equipment in this way helps you take appropriate action to comply with food safety standards and Health Department audits.
Require your employees to add notes or photos to show individual tasks have been completed correctly to increase accountability and transparency in the workplace.
Analyze task list reports based on team and location, and track progress throughout the day, across your workforce. For recurring checklists, review a daily history of completion times for every task.
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It’s quite simple, actually. Workforce.com is designed for shift-based workforces in retail, hospitality, food service, and healthcare. Nearly every other task management system isn’t. Platforms like ClickUp, ToDoist, Asana, Monday.com, and Trello are great for corporate office settings, but they truly aren’t optimized for the frontline worker. Workforce.com is the best task management software for hourly businesses because it combines scheduling, time tracking, and simple task management to make sure your staff get everything done on their shift, without spending all their time at a computer or desk.
Easily duplicate checklists, view live updates on your dashboard, receive push notifications, and implement daily processes and recurring tasks for every team member and location - no need for manual data reentry.
Yes, however, you’ll get the most out of Workforce.com by syncing its task management and HRIS system together. But if you do need to, Workforce.com lets you integrate with a wide range of external HRIS, payroll, and HCM systems. You can bulk import your staff directly into Workforce.com and immediately begin managing task assignment.
While anyone from a small business to a global enterprise can use Workforce.com, the majority of those who use the platform range anywhere from 200-10,000 staff.
Yes, it comes on both IOS and android and is free to download. It features an intuitive time clock feature alongside user-friendly scheduling, leave management, timesheet, and messaging features.
Yes! Workforce.com’s time clock feature is used by shift-based businesses to track employee time and pay throughout the day. It streamlines how and where staff clock in and out, completely automating the process and preventing manual timesheet errors. However, keep in mind that the system is not necessarily meant for freelancers to track time for invoicing.
Yes, you can create multiple sections for a checklist, and each section can have its own subtasks arranged in any order via drag-and-drop functionality. For instance, in a closing duties checklist, you could have a section titled “clean the bathrooms,” with “restock toilet paper,” “wipe toilet,” and “clean mirror” as subtasks.
Yes, you can view task progress completion percentages by location and team. You can also view reports on how many checklists have been filled out across the whole organization.
An agile task management platform helps both large and small teams improve time management and team collaboration in many ways. Providing staff with a clear list of tasks keeps them organized throughout the day, helping them visualize what needs to get done during their shift. Checking off to-do items also keeps assignees accountable, as managers can view progress throughout the day and at the end of every shift. Checklists have always been a tried and true collaboration tool for humans to stay productive - Workforce.com just offers a fresh take on them.
Beyond simple tasks, you can also require staff to note scale, temperature, and out-of-stock log values as part of their to-do checklists. Recording information like this helps you keep track of inventory levels and equipment requirements.
Not quite. Workforce.com is meant for shift-based hourly workforces, meaning a team’s tasks are typically limited in scope to a single shift or day. So, you won’t find kanban boards, project templates, workspaces, roadmaps, or Gantt charts in this platform - those features are part of project management software and are meant for more complex project planning.
Workforce.com has offices located across the globe, so there will always be a customer support specialist on hand to help you out with any questions you might have regarding our task management features.
There is no free version of Workforce.com; the platform only comes with a paid plan. However, you may sign up for a free trial to see if the software works for your business.