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Staffhub - Clock in / Out is now available

Staffhub - Clock in / Out

StaffHub have finally released the clock in/out feature together with a bunch of other features. The clocking feature is personally one I have been waiting for. Because it for some organizations is a way easier way to report time.
Project Online time sheets or similar SAP time sheets work very well for departments where the workforce works on many different projects at a time. Ex. IT, R&D, etc.
However, for organizations where the workforce mainly work on one project/job at a time and people are paid by the hour StaffHub is in my opinion a better choice.

The clocking function is very simple, fist create a schedule like the following.

If not already enabled, go to settings and enable Clocking.
Note: You can also limit your employees to only allow them to start their clock when they are at the workplace. Simply type in the address where of the workplace.

Next have your employees go to their smart device (iPhone, Android or tablet) and start the Staffhub app.

They will now be able to see the shifts that you assigned to them. 
The clocking feature is simply enabled from the "Timewatch" button ("Tidsur", sorry my image is in Danish).

From this page the employee simply click and hold to start his or hers shift.
When the shift is over, the employee simply stops the time from the same page.

The employee also have an overview of how much time was spend on a single shift.
The manager can then get a nice overview of all shifts and time spend by exporting the time to Excel.
In the future I would expect the time spend to also be visible within Staffhub. But haven't found that function yet.


Other new features recently released.

StaffHub: Supports in-app clock in / out

Team members can now use StaffHub to clock in and out - providing a simple to use and GPS-enabled tool to streamline time and attendance.

StaffHub: Available in Select SMB SKUs

Microsoft StaffHub is coming to select business SKUs including Office 365 Business Premium and Microsoft 365 Business - allowing customers of all sizes to empower their Firstline Workers.

StaffHub: New Simplified Web Experience

Team members can now take advantage of an updated StaffHub web experience - making it easier use and to have a great experience no matter how you access StaffHub.

StaffHub: Benefit from Microsoft Flow Integration

Microsoft StaffHub plans to integrate with Microsoft Flow. This support will focus on automating basic workflows for teams, schedules and tasks - making it easier to digitize business process and activities.

StaffHub: Simplify Integrations with General APIs

Microsoft StaffHub plans to make available and support public APIs. Initially, these APIs will focus on shift and schedule data management at the team level. Stay tuned for more!

StaffHub: Integrate Schedule Details with Kronos

Microsoft StaffHub will support connections to Kronos, a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. This integration will enable managers to import team schedule information from Kronos’s Workforce Central platform directly into Microsoft StaffHub. It will also allow employees to clock in/out from the app, and view their vacation accruals

StaffHub: Enables Task Assignment & Tracking

Team members can now use StaffHub to create, assign and track tasks from co-workers and management- making it easier to manage and communicate work that comes up during shifts.

StaffHub: Stay Connected with Outlook Integration

Team members can access important company news or announcements made in Outlook directly in StaffHub - allowing Firstline Workers to stay up to date and connected to the organization.

Find the entire roadmap here, there is also a lot of cool features in development.
Staffhub roadmap


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  3. is there any way to do this on the desktop. some of my employees wouldn't be willing to install an app on their phone.

    1. Hi Aveygt,
      Yes, the interface also works in the browser - just login have your employees go to the web site.
      (and note that Staffhub is becomming a part of MS Teams under the Shifts branding)


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