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We manage a few dozen private security accounts and a few more seasonal accounts so we have lots of part-time employees and a high turnover of part time employees. Managing 400 hours a week would be impossible for us and would be lost without WorkSchedule.Net. Even though we haven't even begun to use all the tools and automation features we would rate WorkSchedule.Net a 5 out of 5 stars. Highly Recommend!
We have been using WorkSchedule.Net for more than a year now and it is truly fool proof. We manage more than 250 hours a day and know exactly which staff person is with which client at all times. Because we run a 24/7 business, being able to access the system easily from any computer is critical. The team at WorkSchedule.Net also worked with us to customize some interfaces to allow their system to integrate with our time and attendance system, resulting in even more scheduling efficiencies than we've ever had before. I highly recommend this team!
- Rusty Parker, The Shapiro Group
Work Schedule Dot Net has been a great success for our business. We started an outbound call center from scratch, and we needed help keeping up with all the new interviewers and new projects we had coming in. We tried manual systems and some other schedule programs, but Work Schedule Dot Net was easily the best option. We've since doubled the size of our call center, and keeping track of schedules is no longer an issue.
Visual Audio Captioning began using Work Schedule in 2006, and it has proven to be everything we hoped for and more. The Work Schedule staff has worked to understand our business and meet our needs. Some of the benefits Visual Audio Captioning has enjoyed as a result of this relationship include the following. Our captioners and schedule coordinators who are located across the U.S. have real-time access to our fluid broadcast schedule 24/7. We are able to electronically ensure our team members are in place and ready to go prior to each broadcast, saving us labor hours. Our reconciliation of schedules and payroll items has been simplified, saving our staff significant labor hours.
In 2004 when looking for an online or software solution to my scheduling and payroll needs I came across Work Schedule Dot Net. I spoke with [a representative] about the features and pricing and found that it offered the features I needed and was quite reasonably priced. In radio we are staffed 24/7 with holidays and need to have plenty of flexibility when it comes to our schedule and Work Schedule Dot Net gives me plenty of flexibility to set a template and change things as we go. Thanks to the guys at Work Schedule Dot Net I can leave the hours of schedule creating up to the computer!
WorkSchedule.Net has streamlined our scheduling needs into one easy to use web application. The administrators are extremely helpful and have always promptly addressed [any] technical issues or service specific needs. The pricing is the best on the market and the flexibility and numerous options make this product a "no brainer" for any service looking to ease scheduling woes. Thanks... for making my job easier!
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