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Convenient mobile access allows employees to manage time and attendance.

By combining the power of workforce management with mobile devices, Workforce Mobile™ Employee Self-Service makes it easier than ever for employees to get the information they need on shifts, time off, and pay and benefit details. When employees can access the information they want, when and where they need it, they feel valued and treated fairly. And an engaged workforce is more likely to give extra effort to your organization.

Information at your fingertips.

Enabling employee self-service on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets gives employees an easy way to get information on those workforce questions and situations that come up every day. Employees can perform tasks like double-checking schedules and time-off balances, signing up for open shifts, and requesting vacation. Interactions between managers and employees are streamlined, helping managers avoid getting bogged down in administrative tasks, and allowing them to focus on higher-level, strategic activities.

  • SHIFT SWAP. When an employee can’t take a day off, the next best option is to swap shifts with a coworker. Employees can work out the details of the switch then complete the process in Workforce Mobile.
  • OPEN SHIFTS. Open shifts are shifts that are part of the posted schedule but are not assigned to a specific employee. Employees can accept these shifts as long as doing so does not violate scheduling rules, which are managed and enforced by Workforce Mobile.
  • REQUEST TO COVER. Request to cover is often described as an employee’s last effort to get a day off. If an employee is unable to use vacation time, or can’t find someone with whom to swap shifts, the employee can release their hours to any employee who is willing to cover them.
  • AVAILABILITY. Employees’ availability patterns establish when they are available to work, when they would prefer to work, when they would prefer not to work, and when they simply cannot work. The availability request allows the employee to temporarily change that pattern for a specific time frame.

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