uses your web browser to set up and control the following:
the funding entity for the shifts
the street address where the funding bodies operate
from. Many address may be entered for each funding body.
the department or section within a address where a
shift may be worked Other examples of locations are gates, doors, clients name,
etc. Many locations may be entered for each address.
the name of the relationship that a person has to
RosterNet. A person is added to RosterNet and is given a position, eg, Security
Guard, Registered Nurse, Client. Personnel are added to RosterNet either work on
a shift that requires a given position, or receive a shift worker to support
them, or act as some type of administrator.
the people registered in RosterNet.
Defining shift times and shift properties. These
The Funding Body paying for the shift
The Location where a shift is to be worked
The Position (job type) required
Date/time for commencement of the shift
Date/time for conclusion of the shift
Break of time allowed for in the shift
The allocation of a worker to a shift according to a match of their position
and their time availability to work the shift. It is possible to match the key
skills of a worker with the key needs of a location, eg, language. Workers may
be associated with a location for future allocation if their familiarity with a
location is of importance. The Administrator may also allow for verification of
the actual time that a shift is worked separately to the proposed time that the
shift should have been worked. Award rules may be used in automatic allocation
A group of functions that allow for the administration of RosterNet. One of
these is to allow for the creation of Roles that personnel may have. Visibility
of the RosterNet menus is based on these roles. This visibility is controlled by
the system administrator.
All this data is stored in a database that
can be easily backed up.
A worker allocated to a shift cannot be
allocated to a second simultaneous shift.
Shifts where no worker has yet been
allocated may be selected.