A ‘No Show’ Workflow is used to alert management of employees who have not clocked in today for the start of a scheduled shift. The employee could simply be running a few minutes late or there may be a more serious reason. Management can use the ‘No Show’ information to follow up on the welfare of their employees and, if necessary, ensure that they have sufficient cover in place.
This guide will look at an example Use Case in explaining the following:
All Team Leaders need to know, as soon as possible, if any of their staff have not turned up for work. Shifts start at 06:00, 09:00 and 12:00. In order to allow some leeway for those Employees who may be running a few minutes late, the Team Leaders want to receive an email at ten minutes past the shift start times, highlighting if anyone is still a 'No Show'.
The Employees’ contact details and their expected shifts will be displayed in the Workflow.
When you now navigate to the Workflow page in the Menu Bar, ‘No Shows’ sits in the list along with any Workflows that you have access to.
By expanding it, you will see the details of the Workflow.
Workflows are custom reports and alerts that allow you and your leadership team to keep informed and up to date.
Create Workflow Profiles to control which Focus Users receive which reports and alerts.
Create automatic reports for your team leaders and department heads about any persistent lateness issues.