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Posted by on Sep 24, 2018 in Everything Else

Goodbye StaffHub, Hello Teams!

Goodbye StaffHub, Hello Teams!

A new blog post on the Microsoft Teams blog has just landed. More details as it comes, but this one caught my attention.

There are two new feature coming to Microsoft Teams for firstline workers: Home and Shifts.

Home is a new mobile experience that allows firstline workers to see at a glance the most important and relevant info for their day. With Home, firstline workers can clock in and out of shifts/breaks, receive important notes for the day or shift, find out who is working during the shift and save time by easily reviewing information and schedule.

Shifts enables firstline managers to plan schedules in an employee self-service and integrated experience. They can create, update and distribute schedules for teams as well as broadcast open and unfilled shifts so that other employees can cover them. Finally, they can review and accept time off requests and swap shifts – all from mobile. For firstline employees, they can swap/offer shifts and request time off, right from their phones.

As part of this roll-out, StaffHub will be retired on October 1st, 2019 – so, in 1 years time. If you’re an avid StaffHub user then there is more information for you here (although this link isn’t live yet!)

Written by Tom Morgan

Tom is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP who has been blogging for over a decade. Find out more.
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