Generally, EasyWork' Shift Management supports 7 patterns of shift type.
1) n days ON, n days OFF
-Eg, implement the pattern style 4 days ON, 3 days OFF, work for 12 hours. The employee has to work 4 days continuously, 12 hours per day, then he could rest for 3 days.
-Eg, on the whole week(6 July - 10 July) the Customer Service team has to work from 10.30am to 8.30pm in order to support Euro countries' clients. After the shift end, their working hours are returned to normal. So you can set the shift with repeat type "Daily" and ends on 10 July.
Eg, the Web Development team has 2 teams, Team A and Team B. Team A is working from Mon to Fri, 7.00am to 3.00pm. Team B is working from 3.00pm to 10.00pm.
Then, you can use the repeat type "Weekly" to implement the weekly shift for these 2 teams.
-The biweekly shift means the employees have to follow the shift working time every 2 weeks.
-Eg, you set Mon - Fri, 8.30am to 8.30pm, the employees assigned have to start to work from 8.30am, 12 hours per day.
5) Same Person with Multiple Shifts
-An employee might be allocated to multiple shifts in some selected day.
-We did support this type of shift type as well.
-Different attendance summaries and clock logs would be generated for multiple shifts assigned. This is the example reporting for an employee that assigned with multiple shifts.
6) Night Shift
-For a company that implements the night shift, we did support it too.
-For instance, the night shift is from 10.00pm to 6.00am. From the shift form, you just have to input 10.00 PM -> 6.00 AM. It is just that easier.
-After updated, the employee can view the night shift from the shift calendar.
7) Shift on custom date
-For instance, an employee has to work overtime to take the place of another employee who took the emergency leave. So, you can set the shift with no repeat option, select the custom start date, and set the working hours. That's all.