Restaurant Employee Scheduling Software
Juggling the varying availability of a part-time staff makes employee scheduling one of the hardest things a restaurant manager does!


Manage All the Information Related to Scheduling
Point of Success Employee Scheduling works with staff information already entered

in your Point of Success office manager software.
Begin using the program by setting up the times each day when staffing is needed at

every position in the restaurant. Each day of the week can be defined differently.

If Friday is a busy night for delivery, add additional staff for those hours. If the

restaurant is open fewer hours on Sunday, then reduce the time allotted for each

position.
Each position in the restaurant is set up at the top of the window. Staff members

already entered in Point of Success display at the bottom of the window. Clicking a

time slot will flag employee eligibility on the bottom of the window. In this example,

the employee shaded in light red is unavailable for the shift. The employees flagged

with the light green color are available for the selected shift. Click an employee, then

drag and drop the employee onto the schedule bar to schedule the employee for a

shift.


Can You Work on Wednesday?
Employee availability tracking is central to scheduling. Point of Success Employee

Scheduling tracks when employees are unavailable for work on repeating and

one-time schedules.
Define the times each employee is unavailable for work. The unavailable times can

be repeating, as with a student’s class schedule, or the unavailable times can be for

one event, like an appointment with a doctor.
Each New Schedule Can Me Modeled After Any Other Schedule
Previous schedules can be copied for use in new schedules. Copied schedules can

include jobs, times and employees, or only jobs and times.
Reports
Point of Success Employee Scheduling includes over a dozen reports. Use this

information for communicating schedule information to employees, analyzing

predicted labor cost, and more.
Reports include:
⦁    Schedules in several formats for the restaurant
⦁    Individual employee schedules in several formats
⦁    Hourly labor cost projection
⦁    Spreadsheet-style schedule