Series 2 - Automatic Shift Schedulers 7.12

The S2 Series spreadsheets can automatically schedule 6, 10 or 20 shifts per day

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The S2 Series spreadsheets can automatically schedule 6, 10 or 20 shifts per day and may be used in combination with our S2-Shift Maker that converts your daily work load into work shifts.

This type of schedule is usually found in call centers, restaurants, and retail stores where more than 3 shifts are required to match staff to the work load using the standard (no overtime) 8 hour shifts and 40 hour week. It is also very useful if you need to assign a combination of shift time and shift duty (or location).

You simply input your daily staffing requirements for each shift, shift start and stop times, employee names, employee vacations and shift preferences and the spreadsheet will automatically assign employees to work shifts.

That's all there is to it. Just fill in the blanks and push a button to automatically fill all of your shifts. No more juggling bits of information about vacation requests, employee qualifications, jury duty, shift preferences and other absences. Just fill in the blanks and get your schedules the easy way with Microsoft� Excel.

The Series S2 spreadsheets can schedule up to 20 shifts and come in sizes to schedule up to 500 employees. The S2-Shift Maker is now included as a free spreadsheet when you purchase one of our S2-10 or S2-20 Shift Schedulers.

Last updated on April 2nd, 2009

Runs on: Windows All

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