Small to midsize businesses (SMBs) seeking shift scheduling tools will find value in Deputy‘s user-friendly interface and its convenient mobile-first approach. It is our Editors’ Choice pick for best human resources (HR) software and a solution that handles open shifts as well as shift swapping functionality in a well-priced package. The unique “stress profile” function helps managers set how many hours an employee can work per shift, day, or week. That kind of feature can help restaurants, retailers, or other small businesses with a lot of shift workers.
Lisi Schappi is the global head of design for Deputy, an Australian software company. She shares how she overcame the need to be liked while still being ‘fearlessly kind’ and why being transparent in your feedback actually builds better relationships. Host, Helen McCabe, the founder of Future Women.
Blockchain is surging in acceptance — a recent Deloitte survey showed a 2000% increase in interest in the technology since 2013. In recent years, the crypto-born technology steadily infiltrated the worlds of finance, energy and real estate, but we are just now understanding its game-changing possibilities across other industries.
Deputy Global President Steven Power tells Proactive Investors the company that develops software for workforce management aims to hit north of 2 million users by year’s end.
Power says privately held Deputy, whose customers include McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD) and Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER), closed its A$110 million in its Series B round of funding in late 2018, what he says is the largest round in Australia to date, enough financing to carry the company to its growth goals.
Sydney-based technology start-up Deputy has announced the release of Deputy Onboarding, an easy-to-use, tool for compiling, saving and sharing vital documents when bringing new employees on board.
Leading workforce management software solution, Deputy, has released its global Late to Work Report highlighting the punctuality of hourly-paid workforces across the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States. British ‘Baby Boomer’ women (55-75 year olds) are the most reliable shift workers as they clock in late the least, with 99 per cent of work shifts started on time.
Hourly workers represent two-thirds of the employed population globally, and they cop some pretty awful hours. So, it’s probably not surprising that two in five Aussie shift workers are late to work at least once a year, according to Deputy’s new report, Late to Work. Interestingly, Aussies are hitting the snooze button the most on 14 December, which is the same as shift-workers in the UK.
It’s broadly known everything from poor personal hygiene to leaving rotten food in the fridge can cause commotion among colleagues and within the company itself. And whether you run a small or large business, you’ll know the pain of employees arriving late. Drilling into the latter further, workforce management solution Deputy has produced a Late to Work report detailing the punctuality of hourly-paid workers in the UK, Australia and US.
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