To master staff scheduling in your restaurants, you need technology that simplifies shift planning, gives you a clear overview of costs and needs, and facilitates communication between employees and managers.
LS Central includes powerful Staff Management functionality, enabling restaurant and franchise managers to plan and distribute staff schedules while keeping into consideration costs, expected flow of guests, as well as employee vacations and sick days. Oversee and approve timetables, manage costs and always make sure they’re on track compared to budget.
Manage and track time registration, labor costs and planning in a central hub.
Eliminate paper schedules and misunderstandings, and share shifts and information with staff with a click. In the LS Central Staff Management employee portal, your staff can:
If there’s a request that needs to be addressed, or a new message, the system sends an alert so you can respond promptly.
Plan the correct number of employees in each job per shift, day, and location. The system helps you
Compare actual costs against budget. The automations make sure that salary hours are accurate.
Set which employees or job roles can perform operations like voiding items, offering discounts above a certain limit, and more.
Employees can clock in and out rapidly at the POS using employee cards, ID, or eye or fingerprint scanners.
Compare budgets and plans to actuals at a glance: time registration, budgeting and planning are all in one central place.
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