In any business, there are many repetitive tasks to do. After a while, you'd think it would become second nature to someone, but somehow, there are always those who continually forget. You now are spending a rather large chunk of your time playing babysitter and are constantly telling staff what to do, aren't you? So were we.

We got so frustrated that we developed a solution of Automatic Reminders within our rostering software, RosterElf, so you can simplify your life and focus on more critical tasks.

Here are 2 of our Automatic Reminders, for instance:

1. Staff Reminder to Update Availability.

We will remind all staff weekly, encouraging them to update their availability and other relevant information as their situation changes. By doing this, your database will remain up-to-date and will help you roster within minutes. A bonus? It will also reduce the number of Shift Swaps!

2. Managers' Reminder to Publish a Roster.

Are your rosters struggling to get published? We will automatically send a reminder to all Managers reminding them to create/post the following roster, creating happy staff and reducing delays. Everyone wins.

You can just set and forget.

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