Recorded Training - Advanced Scheduling Part 2
In this training we discuss how to actually create a schedule in Advanced Scheduling. We also go over what schedules look like after they are posted and employee functionality. The last part of the training covers trouble shooting when employees are not listed in a schedule and how to correct. Below are the topics covered and articles you can refer to for step by step guides.
Recorded Training - Advanced Scheduling Part 1
In this training session, we cover Advanced Scheduling and the settings required to allow the system to function as smart as possible. We discuss the differences between Basic Scheduling and Advanced and the criteria needed to allow Advanced ...
Recorded Training - Basic Scheduling
In this training we cover the Basic Scheduling Module. Basic Scheduling is really easy to set up and assign to employees. You can have both Basic and Advanced Scheduling enabled but beware that employees can only be assigned to one or the other. If ...
Advanced Scheduling Admin and Manager Guide
Advanced Scheduler Overview Advanced Scheduling allows for automation of schedule creation by using Skills and Scheduled Cost Centers to determine where employees can work and what the employee can or will be doing for the scheduled shift. The goal ...
Advanced Scheduling - Adding and Maintaining Skills
When it comes to Advanced Scheduling, Skills are required in order to determine what "Role" aka Skill needs to be filled on the schedule. More than one Skill can be assigned to employees and will be the title you see when creating schedules. For ...
Basic Scheduling (Included with TLM)
Basic Scheduling is a function of timekeeping and is used when scheduling is pretty "basic" and repetitive. Basic scheduling can be set up along with Advanced Scheduling but each employee can only belong to one or the other, and cannot be part of ...