• Top 5 Smart Scheduling Tips

    Scheduling is an integral part of any business operation. It’s a process that seems like it’s a given — something that just happens in the background, allowing the business to run smoothly. In practice, it...

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  • 5 Ways To Increase Employee Engagement

    5 Ways To Increase Employee Engagement     It’s 2019, and the current labor market is drastically different from the one that came before it. For the most part, people working in one job for...

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  • Restaurant Employee Scheduling Software

    Restaurant Employee Scheduling Software   As a restaurant manager, your life is busy. It doesn’t take advanced powers of deduction to figure that one out. Therefore, the manager or owner of a restaurant wants anything...

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  • Shift Tasks & Field Reporting

    Designed with all industries in mind, Shift Tasks & Field Reporting will allow Team members to report back to Managers the completion of tasks as well as status updates, including picture and video uploads, electronic...

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  • How to Have Amazing Employee Retention

    Struggling with Employee Retention? Employees all over the world have various opinions about their jobs. Some love their job, some hate their job, some find it boring. In this blog, you will learn a few...

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  • What is Workforce Management?

    Workforce management, otherwise commonly referred to as WFM, is a system designed to streamline the internal processes of your company and increase the productivity of employees. It aims to get rid of many menial and...

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  • Get Around New Legislation

    As of 2018, over sixty percent of the workforce in the US gets paid on an hourly wage. Essentially, the engine that runs the country is made up of hourly workers – from security guards...

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  • Security Guard Industry Technology Evolution

    The security guard industry is rapidly changing due to technological innovation. The shift to new technology is leading to changes at the workforce level as well as on customer’s expectations. This blog will look at...

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  • Reducing Errors and Providing Flexibility

    Author: Gurmit Dhaliwal, CEO For many companies, gone are the days where employees are given verbal or paper schedules and told to simply show up for their shift. Some companies opt to gather employee availability...

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  • Trust but Verify

    Trust but Verify Author: Gurmit Dhaliwal, CEO For most businesses, managing the attendance of your workforce can be challenging. Everything from knowing when an employee has come in to start their shift, to when they...

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  • The Predictive Scheduling Rush

    Predictive Scheduling Legislation Arrives Pay attention to this one, business owners! Predictive scheduling legislation may impact you, and if you don’t comply you face very real financial penalties. One key requirement of the predictive scheduling...

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  • Geofencing & GPS Tracking Saves Money & Time

    Geofencing, GPS, & Location Tracking Running a business is difficult, but running a business where your employees work remotely can add a special layer of complexity. Scheduling and remotely monitoring these employees only ups the...

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  • Quality Assurance is the Whole Team’s Job

    An essential part of producing staff scheduling software is quality assurance. That means to say that software companies must assure themselves that their scheduling software has an acceptable level of bugs before releasing it. Companies...

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  • The Power of Visual Scheduling Systems

    Employee scheduling can be a complex and time-consuming process. The schedule has to satisfy multiple requirements and finding a good solution is challenging. Generic scheduling solutions for tasks such as employee rotations, site coverage, and forecast...

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  • New Software: Tips & Tricks for Success

    Implementing New Software Change is hard. Change in the workplace is especially difficult to get used it, particularly if it involves changing an existing legacy process or product. Even though we may be excited implementing...

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  • Change Management

      Adapting to change is difficult. Convincing others to adapt to change can be excruciating. In the implementation of any change, whether procedural, structural, or something in between, there will always be push back. The...

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  • Human Resources & Why it’s So Important

    Implementing HR Software If your organization is looking to implement new human resources software such as payroll, recruiting, workforce management, or scheduling software, you know all about comparing pricing, features, and system requirements. However, the...

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  • Replacing Legacy Systems

    Out With The Old Many organizations struggle with replacing outdated software and legacy systems that no longer function efficiently. Even highly structured organizations such as NASA and the Federal Government struggle with legacy systems that...

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  • ACA Glossary

    Does dealing with the ACA make your head spin? We thought that all the ACA related terms and jargon being tossed around might be contributing to the confusion. So this week we’ve compiled a glossary...

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  • Flexible Work & Flex Time

    Flexible work has been a hot topic amongst HR professionals since telecommuting became mainstream in the 1980’s. It has been framed as an option primarily for office workers, and those who earn a salary rather...

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