How to Use Sirenum Scheduling

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Available with: Sirenum (all editions) with Scheduling Module and Sirenum Community Portal
Licence Required: Various – including, Salesforce Licence, Salesforce Platform Licence, Customer Community and Customer Community Plus
Time Estimate: 2 hours 20 mins

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What You Will Learn

Welcome to this training course on the Sirenum Scheduler. This course is designed to introduce you to the Sirenum Scheduler. This course is the core to the operations department and will provide information on how to create shift requirements along with other methods to fulfill or change the requirement.

By the end of this session you will learn:

Navigate to the correct area to access the Scheduling Client within your environment
Define the terminology Supply and Demand using the material provided
Changing the Scheduling Client view to meet your requirements
Filter the Scheduling Client within your environment
Create at least two Shift Requirements within your environment
Find a Resource for the newly created Shifts within your environment
Using the Open Shift functionality invite at least three workers
Identify where Competency Issues will appear within your environment

Use the industry’s strongest and most powerful scheduling engine to easily configure and manage your rosters.

The Scheduler answers the questions Who? Where? When? These three Ws are crucial for today’s operations teams. With more hourly workers than ever before, many of whom are remote or mobile, ops teams can be buried by paperwork, whiteboards and spreadsheets as they try to figure out the three Ws.

Whether you’re a small retail shop, a manufacturing facility, or a large global staffing agency, getting the right person with the right skills to the right place at the right time is key to ensuring efficient and effective operations. But it’s not just getting the roster right at the start that matters, it’s handling the inevitable changes and communicating them to all interested parties.