WhosOffice helps your track Overtime very efficiently. You can set up multiple Overtime types and track each period of over time worked across one or many "pots". You can also set multiple approval options and see the overtime worked in the planner and calendar views. Easy reporting lets you review the overtime worked across a period and/or groups.
For each Overtime type you can set how that over time is reimbursed - by pay or allowance, the rate of reimbursement and manage where that overtime is accumulated. By setting permissions on groups you can easily set who can use which overtime type (if any) along with setting single or multiple approvers, as Overtime is separate from Leave in the system, you have the ability to setup different Approvers for your Leave and Overtime.
You can have as many Overtime Types as you feel you need, each Overtime Type can be customised to better suit the way that your company works.
In the Work Planner, you can see who is working overtime when which makes it simple to see who is available/unavailable for shifts that may need covering. Customisable reports let your print/export overtime information across a period as necessary.
The number of professionals working part-time is on the rise, with more than 8.6 million people in the UK choosing this form of employment. Can your shift planner cope with part-time employees?
Shift planning is a major pain point for many businesses. Mistakes are common, and the consequences can be huge: under-staffing, poor productivity, even legal consequences if you’re lacking team members with the right skills and qualifications to start work.
Summer has finally arrived – and we don’t just mean the weather. It’s the time of year when a huge number of employees take their annual vacation, and for many businesses, this can lead to shift planning nightmares.
The early May bank holiday in 2020 for the UK will move from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day which takes place on 8 May.