Work schedule template
With a good work Schedule template for your employee schedules, you will be able to quickly and efficiently finish your weekly or bi-weekly schedules with much less hassle and stress than before. Like the old saying goes, with a little preparation everything comes easier.
What makes up a good work schedule template?
A good work schedule template represents your needs for staffing. It should contain details of the work shifts that your employees need to fill in, in order for you to run your business without being over nor under staffed. Each shift should contain a start time and an end time – further more it should be marked with a role or job description such as ‘Manager’ or ‘Waiter’ or similarly. To sum up:
You will want to work with multiple work schedule templates that should each be a representation of a scenario and be named according to this. Good names could be ‘Normal week’, ‘Busy week’, ‘Summer’, ‘Easter’ or similar. Each template contain a different set of shifts that need to be assigned to your employees.
It is really easy to define your staffing needs in the form of work schedule templates in Busybeemanager. Once you have the templates in place, it becomes very easy to do your employee scheduling again and again.