If you are a manager in the restaurant industry, you know how much time it can take to plan your weekly schedules. Between time-off requests, availability, and adding in new employees, it often takes longer than it should to complete this essential task.

Enter 7shifts, TalentReef’s newest integration partner.

Already in 30,000 restaurant locations and rapidly growing, the 7shifts scheduling platform is built by and for restaurateurs. Their scheduling feature, in particular, allows managers to create and publish customizable schedules based on their team’s needs in minutes, ensuring more time is available to spend on other important business functions.

With our new integration, new employee information is sent from the TalentReef platform to 7shifts in near real-time, allowing customers to easily schedule new employees within minutes. The 7shifts platform was created with the functionality that restaurants need — and nothing they don’t.

The drag-and-drop scheduler allows managers to quickly create and assign shifts in 80% of the time as other methods. Schedule views can be customized and templated to make it even easier to factor in availability, time-off, overtime, and labor compliance.

7shifts is mobile-friendly for managers and employees. Within the app, employees have easy access to their schedule, can change availability, request time-off, and trade shifts — all in one place. Staff can check their requests and are automatically notified about upcoming shifts.

Seamlessly integrated with the TalentReef platform, it’s easier than ever to recruit, hire, onboard — and now schedule — new employees.

Read our press release or check out the one-pager below to learn more:

 

 

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