January 27, 2020
Does the Security of Your Workforce Management Software Measure Up?
You’ve already heard about the amazing benefits that Schedule360’s workforce management software can bring to the table, but perhaps you are needing a little reassurance that your vital information won’t be jeopardized before you commit.
The Financial Impact of Outdated Scheduling Methods on Your Company
January 13, 2020
Scheduling is a major part of any organization, so it probably won’t come as much of a shock for those involved in scheduling to learn that the largest expense of any business organization is the cost of keeping it staffed, especially when scheduling for multiple departments or clinic locations. When scheduling isn’t done efficiently, it can result in negative consequences for both the staff and the business.
API Integration with Schedule360
January 9, 2020
Schedule360 is able to integrate with many other software applications, creating a bridge between your scheduling software and the other software applications you use. With this integration, Schedule360 users can experience the power of Schedule360’s robust platform, while seamlessly exchanging data with other software applications.
Flu Shot Clinic Scheduling
December 23, 2019
On-Site Flu Shot Clinic It’s that time of year when employees cringe anytime someone sneezes or coughs in their vicinity, especially pharmacists or pharmacy scheduling managers as they know they’ll soon be bombarded with multiple time-off requests once the sickness begins to take hold, and they’re left with the difficult task of filling in the scheduling gaps.
Hospitals Struggle with Staff Scheduling Due to Ineffective Methods
December 18, 2019
Staff scheduling continues to be a widespread challenge in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Despite the growing difficulties, some units are still resorting to outdated scheduling methods.
Your Chain Pharmacy Could Benefit from Centralized Scheduling
December 13, 2019
Scheduling for a pharmacy chain presents a unique set of challenges, as the store manager or lead pharmacist is responsible for scheduling store staff, technicians, float staff, and pharmacists for numerous locations. This rings especially true for those pharmacies still relying on outdated, manual scheduling methods, such as pen and paper or online spreadsheets.
Reduce Labor Costs by Implementing Employee Scheduling Software
December 10, 2019
Unless you happen to be a skilled mathematician, creating and revising an employee shift schedule that works well for everyone can be a complicated and time-consuming process. Regardless of the size of the company, manual scheduling often results in a loss of time and resources. This can be especially troublesome if you’re a healthcare organization.
10 Things to Consider When Evaluating an Employee Management Software Solution
November 27, 2019
When traditional scheduling methods aren’t cutting it anymore, and you’re spending far too much time and resources on scheduling issues, you know it’s time for a major overhaul. It’s obvious you need a solution. Consider online employee scheduling software. And maybe you’ve already been thinking about it but have no idea how to choose the right one for your business.
Are You Ready to Set Your Pharmacy Scheduling Spreadsheet on Fire?
November 21, 2019
Scheduling isn’t an easy task, no matter what the industry, but pharmacies deal with staff scheduling challenges that are unique and specific to the pharmacy field. This is especially true for those pharmacies who are still resorting to outdated, manual scheduling methods, such as spreadsheets, and worse, pen and paper.
Patient Outcomes Better with Hospital Scheduling Software
November 18, 2019
As the healthcare industry continues to make incredible advances in technology, it’s a bit of a mystery why some hospitals are still using outdated, manual scheduling processes such as spreadsheets, or even pen and paper. What’s worse is there are many complicated issues related to manual scheduling that continue to plague staffing managers as they spend a large portion of their work days building schedules, making changes to an already distributed schedule, and then attempting to contact employees to make sure they are aware of any last-minute changes or urgent shift needs.