People ' whether they are volunteers or paid staff ' are the backbone of every organization. And to tap into their full potential, you need to make the best use of their skills and time. Tech tools can take the guesswork and administrative churn out of managing your people and allow you to focus your resources on where they're most needed: fulfilling your mission. Below we've listed a few of our human-resources-focused tools to help you keep track of documents, schedules, and time ' for employees and volunteers alike.
Make Sure You're Staffed When You Need ItSpecial event coming up? Expecting your staff to take vacations this summer? Plan for your organization's staffing needs with Atlas Business Solutions ScheduleAnywhere. Accessible from any web browser, ScheduleAnywhere allows an unlimited number of custom schedules, such as a schedule for each location, position, shift, or special event. Schedules can include staffing requirements and show instantly onscreen whether too few or too many employees are scheduled.
Track Employee and Volunteer Time ClickTime Basic provides easy online time tracking for all levels of employees. Users can export data to Excel or QuickBooks and make PDF files of any report. Timekeepers will appreciate ClickTime Basic's straightforward time entry that requires absolutely no training. Managers have powerful yet simple control of workgroups, supported by various reports for billing, HR, and analysis. ClickTime also features flexible billing rates, client/job lists, and international options.
Get HR Records Off Your Desk and On Your ComputerAtlas Business Solutions Staff Manager's database stores employee information in one central location. For each employee, tabbed pages show emergency contact information, wages and performance evaluations. In addition, you can customize fields as needed to meet your organization's needs.
Learn more about managing volunteers with our guide, Working with Technical Volunteers: A Manual for NPOs and visit the volunteer sections of our Community and Learning Center for further resources, tips, and conversations.
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