Don’t let an ISP or POS expire unknowingly ever again. Use QSP’s automatic notifications to alert you and your team of the upcoming expiration. This tutorial details how these are setup, and can even include multiple alerts at any frequency you choose (ie 60, 30, 15… days before). The important thing to remember is that for each person you want to be alerted of these notifications, they must be added as a contact the appropriate client contact list. Just like HR notifications, these email notifications can be maintained within Utilities. Get alerted!
Setup an approved, or even a pending, Time Off Request (TOR) for your employees, and have that appear blacked out on their worker calendar. Also, if any unaware scheduler attempts to assign a shift to them during that approved TOR time frame, a warning message will alert them. There is also the option with Utilities, and the Application Settings, to not just warn, but Restrict users from Scheduling over an approved TOR. You can also assign a security level minimum to override this setting. If a Paid Time Off (PTO) request was chosen as the specific type of TOR, this will allow for that employee’s PTO hours to appear on the appropriate Timesheet and payroll processing reports. Watch for the step by step instructions on how to set this up.
It’s boring just creating one shift type at a time with the same worker. With QSP, why not schedule multiple service types at once from the New Shift screen?! This is ideal when a consumer will be receiving several types of services throughout the day. Perhaps it’s SLS, then IHSS, then Shared SLS. Or maybe it’s ILS Travel, then ILS Service, then ILS Misc…..whatever the case may be, QSP makes these scheduling options easy to manage.