Alerts and Workflow module automatically notifies managers of employee management tasks that need attention, saves time and helps improve decision-making.
Unlock the full power of Softworks Workforce Management Software by creating custom Alerts and Workflows that automate and streamline employee management tasks.
Push messages and alerts to your managers and supervisors rather than waiting for them to react or remember to check absent or late employees etc. Set reminders of approaching deadlines, notify of infringements of your Time and Attendance policy or benchmark the performance of one department against another.
Benefits of Alerts and Workflow
A triggered alert enables an action to be taken when a particular event has occurred. Depending on your policies, you determine the actions because you know what information you want immediate access to. For example, you may want to schedule an alert if there is a sudden increase in sickness absence, overtime or a violation to working time legislation.
A timed task is a task that is configured to run at certain intervals e.g. daily, weekly, monthly etc. Timed tasks could be used to automatically generate reports areas such as punctuality checks, monthly absence figures or weekly overtime reports.
Can be integrated with other Softworks products to prompt managers to check for doctor’s notes, carry out return-to-work interviews or send reminders to do so.
Enhances the Softworks range as a proactive Time & Attendance solution.
Offers security – security selection and profile for users will be respected within the generation of tasks.
Frequently Asked Questions
What We Do – The Softworks Story…
From Time and Attendance Tracking to a complete Workforce Management Solution…
“What we have gained is better rostering, better control, comprehensive records, better reports and functionality to make changes or to test if proposed changes would work.“
Bon Secours Health System
“Probably the best NCHD eRostering package in Ireland.“
“From the day we went live, Softworks was there to support us. We would highly recommend the system to others.“
Higher Education Authority (HEA)
“The automatic and to the minute Flexitime calculations and the automatic holiday calculations for employees have significantly reduced administration and manual tasks.“
“The System allows us to operate at multiple sites with the data being transferred to a central server.
Furthermore, the System as now configured will allow us to grow and add more employees across all sites without requiring significantly more resources in either payroll or HR.“
Newbrook Nursing Homes
“Softworks has had a tremendous impact on the organization’s ability to be more efficient with time tracking, reporting, legislative compliance around confidentiality and privacy, and have better business outcomes.“
AIDS Committee of Toronto
“Team leaders appreciate the fact that they can now plan more easily and that it’s much simpler to manage holidays and flexitime for their teams.“
“Employees find Softworks very user-friendly, they like the fact it’s easy to navigate and it’s updated in real-time, being able to check their clock cards and track actual time worked and bank time in lieu.“
“Overall we are very happy with Softworks as it provides a much quicker and more accurate way of controlling everything from clock-in to wages payout and storing personnel information.“
“We were very impressed with Softworks as they really listened to our requirements and worked with us to suggest solutions that would best fit our needs.
Because of the nature of our business, we have very specific scheduling requirements.“
Rusal – Aughinish Alumina
“The feedback we have received from the stores is that the system is very simple to use. It has reduced significantly the workload for the managers in stores, as the time spent on payroll has decreased.“
“It’s an excellent system and the only one that we came across that was able to meet our needs and allow us to achieve our objectives.
The team at Softworks is very solution-focused. We have had an excellent journey and experience to date.“
Oberstown Children Detention Campus