Max hours Enforcement enables you to enforce the maximum amount of hours each employee can work per week when picking up OpenShifts. You can use this feature to:
- Prevent employees from taking too many OpenShifts or shift requests.
- Control your workforce labor costs.
Max hours enforcement uses the Max Hours/Week setting in the employee’s details. If you already have max hours set for all of your employees, enabling this feature enforces those hours.
- Scheduling + Attendance accounts use already worked hours plus scheduled hours for today and future days to enforce the max hour totals.
- Scheduling only accounts use scheduled hours to enforce the max hour totals.
- Max Hours Enforcement does not take into account any overtime hours.
- Employees can still be scheduled past their configured max hours.
- Employees with max hours set to 0 are not impacted by Max Hours Enforcement.
- Employees that might exceed their max hours do not see OpenShifts are not included on shift requests.
Configure Max Hours/Week
If you are creating your workplace from scratch or adding new employees, you can add Max Hours/Week to each employee’s profile by using the steps below. If you have many existing employees that you need to update, we recommend exporting your employees to a spreadsheet, then importing them again with max hours added.
Hover over , then select Employees.
- Click on the name of the employee you would like to edit.
- Click Hourly Rates, then enter the amount of hours in the Max Hours / Week field.
- Click Save Employee to finish.
Enable Max Hours Enforcement
Hover over , then select General Settings.
- Click the toggle next to Max Hours Enforcement.
- Click Save near the top right corner of the page.