Posted on 18 Jul 2016
Supervisors all over the country have joined the party as we’re still celebrating the release of our new mobile time card app. In our last post, we outlined why and how your remote employees love it as they use it to create time cards in our automated timekeeping system. Today we report on Suzie, a supervisor in a small janitorial company who manages 25 workers that clean multiple buildings throughout the city. She’s learning the new app and has discovered that she has the freedom of functionality to do things in the field that once tied her to a desk.
The new app is an assistant of sorts, even working through the night. Suzie can already sleep easy knowing that our system will alert her by text if an employee is late to a scheduled job. Now she can wake, open the app to quickly review the live dashboard of Workforce Stats to see all the details she needs to start her day. It’s the power of information at her fingertips.
The Workforce Stats dashboard gives Suzie live, vital information for 12 hours back and 12 hours ahead. Notice the Alert tabs that float-to-the-top the crucial information in living color :
Not at job- Who wasn’t GPS located at the job when he clocked in/out (5).
Late Arrival- Who was late to scheduled jobs (3) and shows the scheduled time and the actual times (Samuel Price was scheduled 6:30am-7:30am but clocked in late at 12:20pm).
No Show- Who didn’t show to a scheduled job (91)
Denied- Who denied request for GPS tracking when he clocked in or out (this means they have their smartphone location services disabled).
Who’s clocked in now (the green dots).
Who’s scheduled for the next 12 hours.
And all of this information can be zone filtered so that if Suzie is one of multiple supervisors, she only sees employees and jobs in her supervisory zone.
It’s a loaded first look. This one screen alone, the Workforce Stats page, is changing Suzie’s life. But it’s only the very tip of the iceberg. In our next post, we’ll explain more on how our new mobile time card app is making Suzie a true SUPERvisor.