- 1. Setting Availability
- 2. Communicating Your Availability
- 3. Availability Levels and Colors
- 4. Set an Availability Policy
- 5. Campaigns to Update Availability
- 6. Availability Instructions for Employees
- 7. Availability Anaylsis
- 8. Availability Status types
- 9. Responding to Availability Requests
- 10. Why should I update My Availability?
- 11. Examples of Employee Availability
Review: What do the availability colors mean?
Things you can do with Availability Analysis:
- View/Add/Update everyone’s availability.
- See the collective and individual employee availability for any day in the future.
- Helps you predict future training/hiring needs in general
- View by position.
- Compare current availability with future changes.
- Click (toggle) the orange inbox icon next to someone’s name to see the submitted change
- Select a particular day on the calendar and review how availability changes will effect future scheduling.
- When was an employee’s availability was updated?
- Check the time just to the left of the color bar
- (7M = 7 months, 5m = 5 minutes, 1Y = 1 year)
- Easily reset someone’s target hours.
- Click the View button to the right of the color bar
- FYI, target hours is always tied to an availability set, so you have to change it within the set.
- View the employee analysis for how often they work, shift density by position, etc.
- Click the data icon on the left of someone’s name
The Main Availability Analysis View
The view provides a list of employees that is scrollable (if necessary) and that displays their availability across 24-hours.