Hey, Can You Cover My Shift Today

Hey, Can You Cover My Shift Today?

If you’re in the service industry – managing a busy restaurant or a retail store – some of your biggest challenges center around employee scheduling.

Keeping track of who’s available to work, setting your shifts for a full week, and covering for last-minute absences or surges in customers.

We designed stratustime’s new Advanced Scheduling capabilities based on client feedback to address these challenges and help you:

  • Create and customize shifts and capacities
  • View employee availability – in real time
  • Receive daily and weekly overtime notifications

Plus, with the self-service dashboard, your team will be able to:

  • Set their work availability
  • Receive notifications for new and modified schedules
  • Respond to message notifications

Advanced Scheduling provides you with the right tools for managing time and attendance so you can be free to focus on what you do best.


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