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Employees can now accept rostered shifts

Employees can now accept rostered shifts

8 minute read | By Dimitra Karas

When it comes to shift acknowledgement, we previously only had the option of allowing employees to decline shifts. We have now added more options so that employees can be given the choice of: (a) accepting shifts they can work (b) accepting shifts they can work and… Read More

Streamline your rostering exceptions by using Roster Templates

Streamline your rostering exceptions by using Roster Templates

Posted 12 months ago | By Dimitra Karas

Due to the nature of certain industries, not all businesses use the same roster from week to week. Situations such as peak periods, downtimes, seasonality, client projects and specific events throw out a “standard” roster. Some businesses may also have a rotating 3 weekly or… Read More

Get staff insights with the roster summary view

Get staff insights with the roster summary view

Posted 1 year ago | By Phil Bernie

Want to quickly see who’s working today? Need to know who’s rostered to work on Friday? Need to check you’ve got enough bar staff to cover the evening shift? Then you’re going to love the roster summary review in KeyPay. The roster summary view allows… Read More

Managing employee unavailabilities

Managing employee unavailabilities

3 minute read | By Phil Bernie

Since the initial version of rostering, employees have been able to enter their unavailability via the employee portal. This was great for employees, but there was no capacity for managers to add or modify these unavailability dates on behalf of an employee. The latest update… Read More

Rostering enhancements

Rostering enhancements

Posted 2 years ago | By Paul Duran

Hot off the heels of our rostering re-launch, we have delivered some additional updates to our rostering product. Major Changes The main update is a new feature to allow you to rapidly duplicate shifts by simply holding the ctrl or shift key and dragging a… Read More

Introducing shift conditions

Introducing shift conditions

Posted 2 years ago | By Garth Belic

Today, we released what may seem like a subtle feature to KeyPay, but one which will have a marked effect on how we approach interpreting shifts. Introducing shift conditions. Shift conditions can be used alongside a work type to identify any special characteristics of a… Read More

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