The objective of this tutorial is to help you understand how to create a shift with auto-assigned breaks on your iOS device.
Access from your: iOS device
Applies to: Admin/Managers, Supervisors and Schedulers
Create schedule for your staff and breaks will be auto-assigned to the shift due to the break rule.
Things to know before you begin:
- 'Enable location-based break rules to automatically create paid and unpaid breaks' must be enabled under 'Settings' module.
- The 'Break Rule' must be applied to the Location where the shift is created if you want shift breaks to be auto-assigned.
- If breaks are not compliant with the break rule, break conflicts will pop-up.
- If you want to create customize schedule shift breaks, you must not add break rule next to the location.
Create a Shift with Auto-Assigned Shift Breaks
You must be log in to your humanity account to follow the steps below:
Step 1: Tap 'ShiftPlanning' tab > Tap '+' icon from the top-right corner to create a shift as shown in Image 1.
Note: Shift parameters are Start/End Date and Time, Position, Remote Site, Title, Notes or Lock shift duration to 'n' hours 'n' min.
Step 2: Define shift parameters as per your requirement > Tap 'Save & Continue' tab as shown in Image 2.
Step 3: Scroll down and Tap 'Employee' tab > Tap 'Done' once you have assigned the shift to an employee as shown in Image 3.
Note: After assigning a shift to an employee, the appropriate break(s) will be automatically created in line with the break rule assigned to the Location where the shift is created.
Step 4: Tap on the open slot option or advanced options to define further shift parameters > Tap 'Done' tab > Tap 'Save' tab if you have selected used these parameters as shown in Image 4.
Note: Advanced options are: Repeat, On Call and Tasks.
Step 5: Tap 'Publish' to select your publishing and notifications option as shown in Image 5.
Note: The assigned employee won’t be able to see the shift or be notified until you ‘Publish’ it.
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