November 26, 2013

Mobile App from EmLogis Offers Employee Scheduling and Communication Tools

mobile scheduling appThe new EmLogis Mobile application from EmLogis, a provider of SaaS-based scheduling and workforce management solutions, offers a set of scheduling and work management capabilities for employees that increase workforce and employee satisfaction. The app is designed for complex scheduling environments with compliance requirements similar to those in industries such as healthcare and public service. The tool allows employees to view work schedules, receive instant changes and employee notifications, volunteer for or swap shifts, request paid time off, and more from any mobile device.

In order to increase the efficiency of workforce schedulers and improve employee engagement, EmLogis Mobile app offers:

• Schedule management that allows employees to view work schedules, receive changes posted by supervisors, receive notifications, and perform modifications to shifts.

• Synchronization with personal and professional calendars to reduce time conflicts and improve work/life balance.

• Complete integration with EmLogis SmartRules Scheduler for ensuring the observation of cost and compliance rules via PC, SMS, IVR, or mobile devices.

“Increasing the communication between schedulers and employees, empowering employees to have a say in their schedule provides for a more efficient workforce and dramatically increases employee satisfaction and reduces staff turnover,” said Mark Kirkland, Vice President of Products at EmLogis. “We’re extremely pleased to add our new mobile app to the rich set of employee engagement features provided by EmLogis.”

The app is available for Apple iPhone, iPad, and Android devices and is free to all EmLogis subscribers.


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Joshua Bjerke, from Savannah, Georgia, focuses on articles involving the labor force, economy, and HR topics including new technology and workplace news. Joshua has a B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in International Studies and is currently pursuing his M.A. in International Security.