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Employee Scheduling for Workday Customers

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We're excited to announce the newest rockstar in our roster: AccuSchedule, an interactive real-time employee scheduling solution that integrates seamlessly with your Workday system. 

AccuSchedule is an interactive, real-time employee scheduling solution that saves managers time, holds labor budgets in check, and enhances your utilization of and ROI on Workday, TimeCom, and your ATS terminals. 


Let’s break it down. 


Simplicity and security with AccuSchedule – Workday integration 


TimeCom already complies with Workday’s stringent security guidelines, including encrypting all employee data. As AccuSchedule connects to TimeCom, it also complies with Workday's security requirements for certified solutions. In fact, both TimeCom and AccuSchedule comply with a variety of industry security standards like SSAE18. 


Users sign into AccuSchedule when they sign into Workday. It happens automatically. Using a single sign-on improves the user experience. Access to AccuSchedule is transparent to them. It appears as another module within Workday. 


The single sign-on also reduces the workload on your IT department. It avoids creating a new set of user credentials to manage and protect. 


AccuSchedule simplifies and improves employee scheduling 


The crux of AccuSchedule is that it makes schedule creation and management easy. It also provides real-time oversight of labor budgets. Managers recapture hours of their time currently spent on the laborious process of creating and updating work schedules. The time they can use for higher-value tasks. 


AccuSchedule uses employee groups created in Workday, which managers use to assign complex yearly schedules by group. Because AccuSchedule and Workday regularly share their data through TimeCom, managers can build new schedules based on the latest employee data. Even when the manager starts to construct an upcoming schedule off an existing schedule module, AccuSchedule accounts for changes in employee availability to ensure that unavailable workers aren’t added. 


These are just a few of the tools AccuSchedule provides to improve schedule creation, maintenance, and adherence. Check out our short video to learn more.


AccuSchedule integrates seamlessly into your Workday/ TimeCom installation 


ATS is a Workday Certified Solution Partner, so these integrations are solid. ATS hosts AccuSchedule as we do with your TimeCom installation.   


This seamless integration sends updated employee information into AccuSchedule. New hires, separations, people switching departments, people on vacation all gets into AccuSchedule ensuring managers are working with current information. 


The tight integration allows the AccuSchedule data to flow back to Workday to assist with forecasting. Managers and back-office personnel can use the scheduling data to predict workforce availability. More accurate forecasts avoid the costs of over and under-staffing shifts. 


The AccuSchedule integration extends to your ATS time clocks. It optimizes their capabilities as employee self-service terminals. With AccuSchedule functionality on the time clock, workers can check their schedules.    


Dynamic employee scheduling optimizes your workforce management 


ATS continues to build the tools that help organizations of any size optimize their workforce management and their investment in Workday and ATS. Using technology to capture and maintain actual time and attendance data is the foundation of managing labor and related administrative costs. That won’t change. 


Now it’s time to turn employee scheduling into a competitive advantage. Employee scheduling shouldn’t be a frustrating experience. AccuSchedule transforms employee scheduling into an opportunity. An opportunity to save costs and improve employee satisfaction. 


That’s the sort of comprehensive scheduling tool that increases your organization’s ability to use workforce management as a strategic advantage. 


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