From: Erkens, Carol \(LIB\) <cerkens@om...> - 2005-11-18 16:31:16
Has anyone written software for multi-location staff scheduling, with
part and full-time staff written in PHP with a MySQL or PostGRESql
If so, could I either use it or see how it was written?
Carol Erkens, Web Developer
Omaha Public Library
215 S. 15th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
402-444-3399 - Main # 402-444-4800=20
From: Tom Keays <tomkeays@gm...> - 2005-11-20 23:01:16
I've used an open source system called "Employee Scheduler" that is
It doesn't have much in the way of reporting features,no tracking of
week-to-week schedule changes, and no shift swap boards. But it works
nicely and is easy to set up -- I installed it on my server over my
lunch hour, set up a few dummy service points, and entered a few test
instances of employess -- basically enough that I could show it around
the office at the end of an hour.
The blurb says "The Employee Scheduler is a managment tool to help
employees and supervisors create weekly work schedules. Employees can
login and enter their preferred work schedule. Supervisors can see
their employees' schedules and schedule them to work positions from
their available hours. The program allows for multiple areas,
supervisors, positions, and schedules.
It was designed with the specific purpose of helping supervisors in
the Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library schedule their
student employees. However it should work nicely in many other
I was using version 1.4, but the website says beta 2.1 is out. They
have a demo version running if you want to try it out.
On 11/18/05, Erkens, Carol (LIB) <cerkens@...> wrote:
> Has anyone written software for multi-location staff scheduling, with
> part and full-time staff written in PHP with a MySQL or PostGRESql
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