How does Scheduling Work?
Employee scheduling is about a business, its employees, and the teams they work with. From an organizational perspective, a schedule is where you can define all jobs that need staffing, assign employees to these jobs on a long- or short-term basis, create additional shifts, book off employees, and fill any vacancies. Staff can be scheduled to different shifts and locations without overlap or conflict and see any changes via the Mobile app.
WorkSight Flow considers all components of the optimal schedule, taking your business demands, organization rules and regulations, and employee preferences and constraints into consideration. To facilitate pay calculations, initial timecard data is automatically generated based on the employee’s scheduled shifts.
How do I make changes to my schedule?
For all schedule changes, except minor time changes on the same day, call HR and ask for scheduling. Data integrity is critically important. Please immediately communicate any scheduling changes needed.
How do I ensure the schedule and timecards begin at the start of the company’s work week?
You can pull-to-refresh on the home screen of the mobile app, which updates the start of the week in the schedule and timecards to the day configured in your organization’s location settings.
My schedule does not show any shifts.
Due to the nature of scheduling cycles, each organization may post its schedule for viewing at different times. Please contact your organization’s labour scheduler for more information.
I have been assigned to a job without a shift pattern, but I am scheduled to cover several positions. What will the mobile app display?
if you are assigned to a job where the shift pattern is blank and shifts for you have been created in the schedule, when the Schedule is Posted, any shifts you are scheduled to will appear in the mobile app.
Timecard details will also be displayed for the shifts you are scheduled to, whether or not a job has an associated shift pattern.
For more information see: Mobile: My Schedule