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

rs can now schedule employees based on skills and certifications. Employee skills and certifications and effective and expiration date tracking have been added to employee profiles.
  • Employee Profiles Report - Find out which employees have certain skills or certifications. This report also displays employee contact information and schedule history within a specific date range.
  • System Navigation - Enhancements to system navigation allow managers to utilize scheduling tools, access employee contact information, and move employees throughout the schedule with greater ease.

  • About ScheduleAnywhere Online Employee Scheduling Software
    ScheduleAnywhere is the affordable and easy-to-use online employee scheduling software. It provides managers with the tools they need to create employee schedules faster, save valuable time and reduce overtime. Managers simply go online to create new schedules, view existing schedules, and approve time off requests, while employees can be granted view-only access to the schedules and request time off. Pricing starts at $19.95 per month. For more information on ScheduleAnywhere, visit www.scheduleanywhere.com or call 1-800-874-8801 (1-701-235-5226).

    About ABS
    Atlas Business Solutions, Inc. (ABS) is a leading provider of easy-to-learn, easy-to-use, and affordable business software. Since 1991, ABS has helped customers directly reduce costs, save time and streamline business processes by providing employee scheduling software, human resource software, appointment scheduling software, and business plan software. ABS software titles include: Client Appointment Manager, Customer Appointment Manager®, HR Document Maker, Patient Appointment Manager, ScheduleAnywhere®, Staff Files®, Staff Files® Pro, Ultimate Business Planner®, Ultimate Financial Forecaster®, and Visual Staff Sc
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