Schedule Compliance Rules in TimeSimplicity

TimeSimplicity offers a robust scheduling platform for that integrates with TimeWorksPlus. TimeSimplicity can also facilitate Clock Lockout on WebClock and TimeWorksTouch. TimeSimplicity also extends compliance enforcement with the following features:
  • Minimum Shift Length
    Ensure managers schedule employees for a designated minimum shift.
  • Maximum Shift Length
    Enforces a max cap on shift length for some or all employees.
  • Required Rest Between Shifts (formerly called Shift Proximity)
    Meet company or regulatory standards by making sure an employee has adequate spacing between shifts.
  • 6 Days Worked
    Prevent managers from scheduling employees for more than 6 days in a work week.
  • 6 Consecutive Days Worked
    An employee's schedule can be limited to no more than 5 straight days in a work week.
  • 7 Consecutive Days Worked
    An employee's schedule can be limited to no more than 6 straight days in a work week.
  • Hours Over Maximum
    Either a warning or restriction can be set on weekly schedules that exceed an employee's weekly max hours limit.
  • Fair Work Week
    Allows you to define a "Required Notice" threshold for changes to the schedule. For example, if you define a 14 day advance notice threshold, then any changes to an employee's schedule within that window will be followed by either a warning or rejection of the change.
These rules can be applied to all employees of an account or to select groups. The ability to create multiple rule sets that are assigned to employees is also possible.
More information on configuring these rules can be found in the article Hours of Operation and Schedule Compliance.

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