TimeWellScheduled is an app which helps companies manage employee schedules, time, and attendance better. It allows users to manage payroll and integrates with swipe card readers, bar code readers, computer time card log-ins and biometric systems. It allows employees to access their schedules from anywhere and will send shift reminders via phone or e-mail. Users can manage employee available online. There is no software to install, but TimeWellScheduled is still fully customizable so that it meets the existing needs and procedures of the company. The Watchdog system also lets employees tell managers why they are late in clear, concise language. Managers can quickly pull up employee time cards, approve them, and send them to payroll.Show more screenshots »
Nerds on Site launched TimeWellScheduled in 2011. Nerds on Site is a company that was launched in 1995 by David Redehop and John Harbanekor. The app is doing well within its target market. Major companies like Home Hardware and Subway are both already using the application, for example, boding well for its ability to catch on with sophisticated businesses.
TimeWellScheduled shares some similarities with CakeHR as far as employee scheduling goes. Users can request time off or shift swaps online. However CakeHR doesn’t allow for shift swaps, and Cake doesn’t integrate with payroll at all. TimeWellScheduled is seeking to be a full suite of scheduling and payroll tools, and in this it succeeds brilliantly.
A combination of simple web forms and clear, easy-to-read graphics makes TimeWellScheduled a joy to read and use. There is nothing overly complicated and the app does everything that it promises. The simple point and click interface means that no companies will waste a lot of time or money trying to make the app work for their business concern.
The registration process demands a lot of information, including the user’s current payroll processor, number of employees, and rules for breaks and lunches. Users set up their departments right at registration, too. There is no option to simply skip all of these steps, and no way for users to simply dive in and start playing around with the app without going through the questionnaire.
There is a 30 day free trial. After that, users may choose between two payment plans. Users with 24 employees or less can enjoy a $48 per month flat rate payment plan. Users with more than 24 employees pay $2 per employee per month to arrive at the final app price.
Any business concern who wants a better, more efficient way to manage time, attendance, and payroll will enjoy using TimeWellScheduled. The app is designed to save both time and money and succeeds at both. The app will help users run a much tighter ship and will help keep employees accountable. Retail stores and restaurant owners who may change their schedule often will appreciate the ability to inform users of schedule changes via e-mail, eliminating excuses that the employee did not see the schedule. The tool offers employers a very fast way to see gaps in their staff coverage so that they can take steps to address the problem.