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1. Set Up Your Account

Get started on the right foot – Add Positions, Departments and Certifications that can be assigned to employees. You’ll also learn how to set operational hours, labor laws and update company details.

In this Video…

  • Add Positions, Departments and Certifications
    00:04:13
  • Set up your Operational Hours and Labor Laws
    00:35:19
  • Enter your company details and get weather reports
    01:01:27

2. Add Your Employees

Invite your employees with an easy import to ensure engagement and success. Also learn to customize employee details such as their pay rates, positions and site assignments.

In this Video…

  • Import your employees
    00:04:01
  • Add and Invite your employees
    00:26:20
  • Add employee details: pay rates, positions, etc.
    00:36:24

3. Schedule Your Employees

Create Standard Shifts for expedited schedule creation. Then assign shifts to your employee using our best practices and push the schedule out using email and push notifications.

In this Video…

  • Assign shifts to your employees
    00:05:11
  • Schedule faster with shortcuts
    00:33:06
  • Publish schedules and notify employees
    00:51:28

4. How to publish shifts.

This video emphasizes on how to publish shift for Employees in Zip Schedules application.

5. Enable email and push notification.

This video gives explains “how to setup email configurations and push notifications” in the Zip Schedules application.

6.How to copy a schedule.

This video gives explains “how to setup email configurations and push notifications” in the Zip Schedules application.

7. How to load and save template.

This video tells the viewer on how to load and save template in Zip Schedules application.

8. How to create an offer unassigned shifts.

This video is on how to add unassigned shifts and offer those unassigned shifts to the respective eligible employees.

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