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Scheduling software

By soniamadison0 ·
As due to pandemic situation I am going to use a software DESKFLEX.COM by which I could schedule my staff routines so I am going to purchase a scheduling software to schedule my staff routines and sittings. I need suggestions for this software whether it is a good option or not?

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That's bad news.

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to Scheduling software

While you would think asking about them would be a good idea this post tells me Deskflex FAILED to answer your concerns.

As such my advice is to strike them from your list and continue shopping.

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Re: software

by Kees_B Moderator In reply to Scheduling software

Sorry to read you plan to use a software program you still have questions and doubts on. Our advice is to do some research for alternatives that give you a better feeling.

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outlook

by imstephanieys In reply to Scheduling software

outlook. it's okay. nothing elaborate.

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outlook

by envytechblog In reply to Scheduling software

I think outlook is better

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Suggestion

by Old Molases In reply to Scheduling software

Here are some other options that you can opt for too:
1. Microsoft Team
2. WeekPlan
3. Jira
4. Clickup
5. Monday
6. Trello
7. Basecamp

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Employee Scheduling Software

by Alex Jorden In reply to Scheduling software

Yes, I suggest it is a good option. I'm using it for 5 years. it's a tool that you can use to make organizing your team easier. it will help you to manage your staff, time clocks, attendance tracking. You can also track leave, overtime and get daily employee work reports.

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