Smart Scheduling is currently in BETA and will be available to all customers by the end of September, 2020.
Please note that some of these features will be rolling out periodically throughout September.
Use Smart Scheduling to make informed business decisions, drive down costs and ensure optimal schedule coverage with clear and accurate data driven insights.
This guide will help you get started using Smart Scheduling features in your business. Click on the articles below to learn more about each of the features within Smart Scheduling.
Why Smart Scheduling?
As a business owner or leader, you're probably already trying to figure out how to make your business more efficient, run better and more profitable. You might be using spreadsheets and workarounds to try and express what your "gut" might be telling you.
Now you can use the suite of Smart Scheduling tools to help get a handle on key business metrics via the web or the iOS mobile app to look under the hood, and begin to see trends and opportunities in your business more clearly.
Take the Smart Scheduling Tour
To get started using Smart Scheduling features, begin by logging into Deputy and selecting 'Schedule'. Select 'Stats' to reveal the Stats Panel and then select 'Business Insights' to reveal the Summary View.
Click on each of the articles below to learn more about each of the features and get started today.
Deputy has made updates to Smart Scheduling based on your feedback.
- New feature - Working Hours
- Updates to Labor Modeling
We have improved working hours (previously known as opening hours) in location settings to reflect how your business operates.
This change allows you to enter your business working hours for each day of the week. This provides the flexibility to include different opening hours per day or select a day where your business is closed.
This improvement allows you to replicate your business’ working hours when scheduling employees, creating budgets or setting labor modeling rules. Deputy uses these hours to tailor to your business requirements. This improves the creating employee leave or shift experience by basing it the individual working day. For more information about how leave hours are calculated, have a look into leave management help article for more information.
We updated how you can use Labor Modeling to provide granularity and accuracy. The latest update allows you to create labor rules based on your location’s working hours.
For more information on how to create labor rules and how this will benefit you when scheduling employees, have a look at our Labor Modeling help article.
For help with Smart Scheduling please get in touch with our 24/7 support team.