Tips & Resources for Employee Scheduling

Tips, Tricks and Resources for Employee Scheduling, Workforce Management and Communication.

The One Simple Employee Scheduling Trick That Could Save Your Business Thousands of Dollars

Continue Reading Posted on January 27th, 2015

Small business owners rely on their employees to not only work, but actually become the “face” of their business to both current and potential customers.  Their attitude, enthusiasm, and resourcefulness may be the critical difference between success and failure – bottom line.  When that business face is stressed or nonexistent, the business suffers and quickly… Read more »

Use Quick Shift Options To Spend Even Less Time Making The Work Schedule

Continue Reading Posted on January 22nd, 2015

At When I Work, we’re always working hard to find ways to make scheduling even easier for our users. That’s why we just launched an exciting update to the Scheduler that will allow you to quickly perform three common actions: (1) move a shift to OpenShifts, (2) Find a Replacement, or (3) Delete a shift by hovering your mouse… Read more »

Why Small Local Businesses Continue To Survive and Thrive [INFOGRAPHIC]

Continue Reading Posted on January 21st, 2015

Despite what some may think, small businesses are still vital to the sustainability and growth of the U.S. economy. In fact according to the US Small Business Administration, small businesses make up: 99.7 percent of U.S. employer firms 63 percent of net new private-sector jobs 48.5 percent of private-sector employment 42 percent of private-sector payroll 46… Read more »

How To Develop Epic Content For Your Blog [Q&A with Jimmy Daly]

Continue Reading Posted on January 20th, 2015

These days if you want to differentiate from competitors, boost brand awareness and loyalty, and connect with more prospects online, you have to be willing to invest in content marketing. But you can’t just create and publish mediocre content on your blog on a consistent basis—that’s not enough to stand out anymore. You have to really… Read more »