Archive for February, 2019

Employee scheduling – setting up permissions to manage what people can see

As systems get bigger spread across multiple locations, divisions, states and countries the permission that gives employees access to data in a data set can be found wanting. Some systems today have limited functionality for example you can have a supervisor and an employee, typically in this scenario multiple supervisors have access to supervisor and they can all see each others data. Sometimes it is beneficial to have the ability to create 3 levels of supervisor.

Typically when we talk to customers they need more than 3 or 4 permission options like super administrator, administrator, supervisor and employee

Supervisor 1 role can include allowed to schedule, unable to see costs, can only schedule 2 departments
Supervisor 2 role can include allowed to schedule and allowed to see costs, can schedule all departments.
Supervisor 3 role
can include ability to manage the schedule at one location only
Supervisor 4 role can include allowed to see costs, schedule across all locations

These are just examples, how do you need to manage permission to schedules in your business? I have seen some customers where Facebook is used for some schedules while spreadsheets may be used just for managers. How would you like to schedule all in one place?

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Just a few of the customers scheduling away from spreadsheets

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Deputy evacuation reporting

I get asked this question about evacuation and time and attendance a lot,  typically a time and attendance system has all the hourly paid employees who sign in and sign out each day but management data is missing as they do not physically sign in and each each day. Some customers will ask can we use the access control data for management as they all tap into the access control system. Access control system data is not much good if you do not have a turnstile to make sure single file only, when access control is on a door one person swipes and opens the door and multiple people can walk through without swiping.

So what is the best way to get an evacuation report from a time and attendance system?

The answer is quite easy really, you can implement a visitor management system that has the ability to receive all the employee clocking’s from the time and attendance system and allows salaried staff to sign in and out their presence on site for evacuation, all of the data comes together in one evacuation module including any contractors currently signed in on site.

 

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