When I Work Employee Scheduling MODDED 2022

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Use When I Work for employee scheduling, a time clock, and staff messaging.
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When I Work is the easiest way to create an employee schedule, handle employee time tracking, and communicate with your staff— all from the app or desktop.

Why managers love it:
*Make and manage the work schedule with ease
*View entire staff schedule from anywhere at anytime
*Create, update, and publish shifts
*Alert staff of changes to the schedule
*Monitor & approve shift trades and time off requests
*Setup a time clock for staff to clock in and out
*Message with staff 1:1 or in groups without sharing personal info

Why your team will love it:
*They can see who’s working (with permissions)
*View work schedules from anywhere at anytime
*Clock in and out of shifts
*They can pick up extra hours
*Trade shifts with coworkers
*Request time off
*Chat with coworkers 1:1 or in groups


* Improvements to the Scheduler and availability calendar.
* Fixed issues around clock in/out, time off, shifts, and docs.
* Other bugs fixes and backend improvements to keep everything running smoothly.


4 comentarios en "When I Work Employee Scheduling MODDED 2022"

  1. Kaden Dramstad dice:

    This app is good for reading messages… when it works. A lot of the time you have to close the app & reopen it to view messages. The messaging system is sub-par in-app & browser. What really makes me mad is when you type out a large message in-app, have plenty of signal, but for some reason it fails to send. Of course the common sense thing to do is retry it, but wait THERES NO RESEND OPTION! You can’t even copy the failed messages text! Fix this!

  2. Sara Holt dice:

    I really like this app because it’s super simple, it’s easy to make your schedule availability and it’s easy to add, drop or swap shifts. As long as notifications are turned on it is really easy to see what’s available and when you’re working already. Pretty nice app. I haven’t actually had or used another work scheduling related app before, so this a pleasant experience when scheduling

  3. Anon Mouse dice:

    It’s great, If you don’t know how to write, or read. Any and all communications on the app break down constantly, to the point where you will need to force-close the app every time you load it to enable it to work for one singular message, and then do it again when it breaks afterwards. It has a bad location refresh system, which makes it impossible to use without using in tandem with another Maps service. I couldn’t recommend this service to my worst enemy in good conscience.

  4. Astrid Keyes dice:

    I like this app well enough. It works well on the phone. Some of the gestures don’t make sense. I wish swiping on the schedule portion would change the dates instead of which schedule is shown. I also wish there was a way to export the calendar for a calendar app on mobile. Kind of annoying to have to go use a computer to do so

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