The ShiftNote Employee Scheduling Software is Here!

April 23, 2013 by Matt Thompson

employee scheduling software

We are so very excited to announce that we have released a new add-on product for the ShiftNote Digital Logbook that is going to make your life as a manager so much easier! Our employee scheduling software will allow you to create and edit schedules right from your ShiftNote account.

You will be able to create schedules in a digital format, and your employees will now have access to ShiftNote to view their schedules, request time off, release and pick up shifts, and see messages from management. Approved time off requests and shift trades will automatically update to the schedule without you having to even lift a finger!

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The ShiftNote Scheduler is jammed packed with lots of additional features that include advanced reports and daily roster creation, overtime detection, holiday pay settings, and more! We have made sure to keep with the simple and intuitive design that ShiftNote is known for when designing the new online scheduling tools, making the ShiftNote Scheduler super easy to use and setup. There is no training or installation needed, simply sign up for a free 30 day trial and start using right away! Click here for more information, or learn more about pricing. Visit our help guides for additional setup information and questions.

If you are an existing ShiftNote user, please have your company administrator contact us to have the new features added to your account.

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Come meet the ShiftNote team and learn more about our suite of communication tools! We'll be in booth #6372 at the 2013 National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago on May 18th-21st.

Matt Thompson

Matt has let his lifelong passion of food and people lead him to 15 amazing years as a restaurant manager and another 9 years working as a Director with a major food service distributor. He has channeled this passion to help create and run ShiftNote. When he's not dominating the food service industry, he's spending time with his 4 children and cheering on the Tigers as a Mizzou Alumni.