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The Importance Of Self-Scheduling In Workforce Management

Self-scheduling allows your employees to choose the shifts that work for them. As a scheduler, it can help you speed up your workforce management, and see better results from your employees! Have a look at the infographic below to learn more!

Celayix employee scheduling software offers multiple ways to automate and improve your scheduling processes. One of the most used methods we offer is self-scheduling, which we break down below in our self-scheduling infographic! Take a look at how it works, as well as how it can benefit your organization!

self scheduling infographic

Self-scheduling is proven to benefit both managers and employees as management can automate their shift allocation while employees are empowered to choose the shifts that they want- creating a more flexible environment for both parties. If you’d like to read more on how self-scheduling works, take a look at our dedicated blog post here. You can also visit our Help Centre Article that covers everything you need to know.

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