Staff love the ability to manage their schedule on their phone. They can see their schedule, pick up shifts, swap shifts and get instant text/email notifications when new shifts become available. Managers love mobile scheduling as well. They have instant access to real-time scheduling data, can assess situations instantly and take actions, like approving requests, all from their phone. And let’s not forget house supervisors who are constantly on the go. They no longer need to look for a computer to see house-wide staffing and make scheduling adjustments as situations change. Of course computer access is still there, but in today’s world, if you don’t also have mobile, your missing out on all the advantages mobile has brought to modern life.
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About ShiftHound, Inc.
ShiftHound is the leader in cloud-based Workforce Management solutions, including Attendance, Credentials Tracking, Staff Scheduling and Open Shift Management. Organizations in any business vertical with shift-based staffing needs use ShiftHound to improve scheduling effectiveness and operational efficiency, while maximizing workforce utilization, assuring compliance with policies and/or labor contracts and addressing open shifts while better manage labor costs such as overtime and contract labor utilization.
Using ShiftHound, Management and Employees gain back valuable time to do what they do best – provide quality service. Customers choose ShiftHound because of its extremely simple to use interface, quick implementation time, and proven ability to deliver immediate ROI thorough cost savings, increased efficiencies, and better quality of life for their Employees and Staff.
About Kathy Douglas
Kathy is healthcare executive and filmmaker. She has been on the executive team of several start-up companies bring cutting edge technology solutions to the healthcare industry for over 20 years. She has published extensively on the topic of healthcare staffing and the healthcare workforce. She holds a masters degree from the University of San Francisco and is a graduate of Stanford Business School’s Executive Program.