Microsoft Releases StaffHub for Office 365

In its newest push to the cloud, Microsoft has released StaffHub as part of their Microsoft Office 365 offering. Microsoft has been heavily investing in their business automation tools, but this tool is different in that it is targeting the world of staff/shift workers rather than the 9-5 corporate crowd.

StaffHub is an electronic scheduling app that will allow managers to create, update, and manage schedules efficiently. It will also enable employees to communicate via the app to trade shifts, ask for coverage, or offer up a shift. Managers can also post relevant company documents, so they are readily available and up to date. Managers will be informed every step of the way when employees offer up shifts or swap. Say good-bye to frantic calls that your shift won’t be covered because there was a miscommunication of employees via text message or phone call. Managers will have oversight and visibility into everything.

One of the benefits of using the Microsoft product is that, in true Microsoft fashion, it can connect to other systems. Through Microsoft integration tools you can connect StaffHub to an HR system for requesting time off, viewing pay stubs, or any custom applications you may have. You will have all the powerful of your in-house systems with the ease of a mobile system.

StaffHub is available already on several Office 365 plans, and additional users can be purchased for as little as $2/user/month. See the linked Microsoft Blog for more details.

[avatar user=”mcharuhas” size=”thumbnail” align=”left” /]MARY CHARUHAS | Account Manager

Mary Charuhas has been with KTL since 2013, starting as a sales intern in the summer of 2013 and moving to Business Development and Internal Sales in the spring of 2014. She is currently pursuing her Associate Degree in Business Management from Frederick Community College and hopes to continue her education at the University of Maryland next spring. Mary also possesses several Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM Sales certifications. She manages KTL’s existing customers through providing them with ongoing knowledge of the products, assisting them with upgrades and continuing projects, keeping them informed about updates/new releases, events, and training opportunities. Her charisma and passion for providing excellent customer service make her a valuable asset to KTL’s sales department.

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