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Online Scheduling Tricks of the Trade - Availability Summaries

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Sep 1, 2014 11:00:00 AM


Tricks of the Trade Series - Availability Summaries

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Topics: Tips & Tricks

Too Many Meetings

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Aug 29, 2014 11:00:00 AM

A few years back, I looked at my schedule for a typical week.   What did I see?  Meetings.  Not meetings with prospective or existing clients.  But meetings with other managers and employees.  To say the least the culture within the company had effected the productivity of it's employees at all levels.  We care about our employees and like for everyone to have a voice.  However, as we learned, that is a slippery slope to climb.

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Topics: management advice, Blog Post

South Dakota Winery Adds SubItUp - Prairie Berry Winery

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Aug 27, 2014 4:45:00 PM

If you visitied SubItUp at the NIRSA conference in Nashville this past May, you may have received a bottle of South Dakota's finest wine.  SubItUp was handing out bottles of Prairie Berry Winery's award winning wine throughout the Expo. SubItUp is thrilled to have the Prairie Berry Winery come onboard with us to streamline their staff scheduling process.

SubItUp's unique ability to manage staff across multiple venues was beneficial to Prairie Berry because of the multiple locations they have across the state.
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Topics: Spotlight

5 Ways for Managers to Self-Manage

Posted by bob cote

Aug 26, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Managers can easily get consumed by a wide variety issues that come up during a regular work day.  It is imperative that managers have the ability to multitask.   They need to be able to address the needs of those whom they are managing but at the same time have enough versatility to complete the work they are tasked.   These 5 simple steps will help you get there.

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Topics: time management, management help, management communication, management how to, 5 Ways, organization management, employee communication, manager help, how to manage, management, schedule management, online scheduling, employee scheduling

Online Scheduling Tricks of the Trade - Duplicating Shifts

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Aug 25, 2014 11:00:00 AM


Tricks of the Trade Series - Duplicating Shifts

SubItUp Online Scheduling is a very robust platform.  There is an incredible amount of functions that you may not be aware of.  This blog series will bring to the forefront, a number of helpful tips or tricks that can make your scheduling life a little better.

Todays Tip:  Duplicating Shifts

There are many organizations that have multiple positions for which they schedule that have similar, if not the exact sam, shifts to schedule for.   The area of SubItUp that most do not realize is that you can duplicate the shifts that you have created for one position for any other position of which you are a manager.  This saves managers a tremendous amount of data entry and is extremely is to accomplish.

 


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Topics: Tips & Tricks

Attract More Talent. Publicize Online Scheduling.

Posted by bob cote

Aug 22, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Your workforce today looks something like this: 76 million Baby Boomers, 79 million Millennials. As the younger population graduates into today’s work force, along with them come a new set of expectations—and a way for employers like you to ensure talent retention and an overall greater scope of employee satisfaction.

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Topics: online employee scheduling

Stanford Recreation Adds SubItUp to Employee Resources

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Aug 20, 2014 4:45:00 PM

Over the summer, SubItUp was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the Recreation Department at Stanford University.  "The group of energetic and motivated managers made the the implementation process a very enjoyable experience," commented Matt Sprague, Manager of Customer Relations at SubItUp.
Be sure to check out their facilities and website.  It has a ton of useful information that is for the benefit of their students.  We are excited to be partnered with such a great organization!
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Topics: Spotlight

So what’s the deal with Online Scheduling?

Posted by bob cote

Aug 19, 2014 11:00:00 AM

A Scheduling Revolution Summarized

A simple Google search for “online scheduling” or any variation of those terms, along with the terms scheduler, software, programs etc. will show you a plethora of random press releases, scheduling companies, blog posts, etc. offering advice and ideas of how managers should be scheduling employees. So why should you, as a manager even consider moving your scheduling methods to the internet? Because it gets results. Fast.

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Topics: online employee scheduling, online scheduling program, online scheduling software, scheduler, scheduling software, staff scheduling program, online scheduling, employee schedule software, employee scheduling, employee scheduling program, employee scheduling software, employee software, staff scheduling software, Blog Post

Shift Swap: The Best-Kept Workplace Secret

Posted by bob cote

Aug 18, 2014 11:00:00 AM

It’s buzzed about in the far corners of the break room, whispered through empty aisles during lunchtime. Texted, never talked about: the black market of the workplace.

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Topics: scheduling solutions, online scheduling, shift swap, employee schedule generator

Online Scheduling Tricks of the Trade - Recurring Messages

Posted by Matthew Sprague

Aug 14, 2014 11:00:00 AM


Tricks of the Trade Series - Submission #5

SubItUp Online Scheduling is a very robust platform.  There is an incredible amount of functions that you may not be aware of.  This blog series will bring to the forefront, a number of helpful tips or tricks that can make your scheduling life a little better.

Todays Tip:  Send A Message - Recurring Messages

One of the great features within SubItUp is our "Send A Message" tool.   Most of the managers that use SubItUp are aware of this feature but many do not realize the breadth of its capabilities.   In an effort to make the lives of managers a little bit easier, we allow for the ability to schedule messages for certain dates and times.  We even go one step farther...you can set up recurring messages.

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Topics: Tips & Tricks

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