Time & Attendance
Build schedules, optimize your staffing levels, manage labor costs, and ensure labor compliance in a powerful employee scheduling solution.
Leverage historical sales, foot traffic, and weather data to determine how many employees you need to schedule at a particular time, day, and location.
Optimize schedules to best account for staff availability and PTO.
Match labor costs to sales in real-time to prevent over and understaffing.
Use easy drag and drop functionality to fine-tune your scheduling needs - no more messing around with clunky Excel spreadsheets.
Build, save, and deploy intricate schedule templates to streamline your ongoing employee scheduling process.
Create schedules and populate shifts in one click with machine learning based on historical data and forecasted demand.
Receive alerts whenever staff are approaching or hit overtime, and adjust employee schedules accordingly to mitigate its occurrence.
Avoid scheduling overtime by viewing best-fit staff based on hours worked, pay rates, and employee availability.
Schedule all employees within their preferred hours, lowering the chance of burnout and call-outs.
The best employee scheduling software makes it simple to create staff work schedules, fill shifts, distribute schedules, view time off, reconcile timesheets, manage shift-swapping , and improve team communication- all on a single, cloud-based platform from anywhere, at any time, on any device. It allows you to dive deeper into your scheduling process with tools and data to help prevent time theft, optimize staffing levels, control labor costs, and align labor to forecasted demand.
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The software includes several key scheduling features. Here are a few: create staff schedules quickly and easily with drag and drop functionality, view expected wage costs for every shift, schedule according to qualifications/licenses, use sales data to match staffing levels to forecasted demand, allow staff to claim and swap shifts via mobile app, and sync everything with your time tracking tool.
In so many ways. Here are a few: You can see wage costs in real-time and adjust staffing levels as needed. You can also stay on budget by viewing wage costs per team, per week, or per location. Moreover, demand-based scheduling helps you appropriately match scheduled labor to forecasted sales to make sure you are never over or understaffed. Finally, it helps you choose best-fit employees for shifts based on their hourly rates, qualifications, and overtime risk.
All scheduling is mapped directly to an extensive wage & hour compliance library, meaning you’ll receive alerts whenever non-compliant shifts are scheduled. Moreover, you can assign employees necessary qualifications, licenses, and certifications, meaning staff can only be scheduled for shifts they are qualified for.
You can schedule anywhere from 20 to 200,000 employees with Workforce.com. Small business, mid-market, enterprise - doesn’t matter, the platform can handle it.
Yes! Workforce.com features an employee scheduling app where staff can view schedules, pick up and swap shifts, and request time off.
Workforce.com lets managers broadcast announcements according to locations, teams, and staff so that time-sensitive information can reach the right people at the right time. Whenever an announcement is broadcasted to employees, it's pushed as a notification to the mobile app.
Yes, with ease. Workforce.com has a vast library of open API integrations with other software providers, allowing you to transfer timesheets directly to payroll, sync employee data straight from HRIS, or import sales data from POS.
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Yes - in fact, it’s the most important integration you can have with a scheduling tool. Together, Workforce.com's scheduling and time and attendance sync into a single platform. This is essential for monitoring absenteeism in real time. With time clock data constantly feeding into the scheduling system, managers can actively track time from live clock-ins, compare scheduled vs actual hours worked, and react appropriately to fill vacant shifts. Moreover, the integration increases the accuracy and detail of all generated timesheets.