Schedules and shifts planning for nurses, university lecturers, drivers and many other workers is always a lengthy and tiresome job. Large tables with entire schedule, several shifts with individual profiles of staff, unexpected changes, repeating checks and, despite all the checks, new and new «holes» and «impositions» in the schedule Ok, Ive teased you! Of course, there is always a better solution ClockIt: Easy Schedule Creator software.
The interface in ClockIt looks familiar if you have ever worked with Excel it is very similar to Excel. But, for the job of scheduling shifts, ClockIt is «Excel on steroids». It can track all the individual preferences and specialization of your staff members; thus you will never send a mathematics lecturer to a literature class.
ClockIt «knows» about times and dates you can easily set out holidays and weekends. ClockIt will visualize the schedule in the most demonstrative and convenient manner.
But the coolest news about ClockIt is that it automates a huge bunch of tasks. It can either try to plan the entire schedule by the staff queries or automatically check the schedule youve made by hand. Moreover, it can correct errors and inconsistencies found in a schedule and re-plan the «bad» parts on its own.
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