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ScheduleAnywhere.com Gives Managers New Tools to Create Employee Schedules and Reduce Overtime
Date:4/18/2009

ScheduleAnywhere online employee scheduling solution enhancements will help organizations reduce overtime.

Fargo, ND (PRWEB) April 18, 2009 -- Atlas Business Solutions, Inc. (ABS), a leading provider of employee scheduling software, today announced the release of major enhancements to ScheduleAnywhere®, the affordable and easy-to-use online employee scheduling solution. The new features in ScheduleAnywhere help managers create employee schedules faster, save valuable time and reduce overtime.

"I am very excited about this release. The powerful new enhancements to ScheduleAnywhere allow managers to quickly add shifts and modify employee schedules faster and easier than before," says Jon Forknell, ABS vice president and general manager. "The intuitive, web-based tools help managers create more efficient, cost-effective schedules. Staffing requirements and real-time shift coverage calculations ensure proper employee coverage and reduce unnecessary overtime."

What's New in ScheduleAnywhere?
The new and enhanced features in ScheduleAnywhere are designed for faster schedule creation and editing, so managers can spend more time satisfying customers and managing their business.

  • Schedule Editing - Managers can quickly schedule shifts, time-off requests, on-call or notes to multiple employees and schedule dates, without the web page needing to reload. The copy and paste features add flexibility to the schedule editing process allowing managers to reuse an employee's schedule patterns.
  • Employee Coverage - Improvements to the coverage watch, filters, highlighters, and search features help to ensure the right number of personnel is scheduled for each shift, position, department or location.
  • Employee Skills - Manage
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