Employees can view shifts, swap shifts, request time off, manage availability, punch the time clock, and view timesheets. Allowing employees to login to ZoomShift reduces workload for managers and boosts productivity and happiness for employees.

We have a tutorial video that covers some of the information in this article. If you like watching instead of reading you should check it out!

There are two ways to invite your employees to ZoomShift. You can either send email invites or direct your employees to a registration page where they can claim their account. This guide will explain both.

Method 1: Send Email Invites

On the Settings -> Employees page you can see all of your employees that have not registered yet. You can send an email invite to all of these employees by clicking the Send Email Invites button.

You can also send (or resend) an invite to an individual employee. To do this click on the employee and then click the Send Invite button from the edit pop-up.

Once an email invitation has been sent you will see that the Invite Status column displays when the invite was sent. Once an employee registers this column will change to Accepted.

Employees without an email will not get an invite.

Just remember, if you have not entered an email for an employee we can’t send an invite to them. Make sure you enter an email for each employee before trying to send invites.

Method 2: Registration Page

You can enable a registration page via Add-Ons -> Registration Page. Once this add-on is enabled you can direct your employees to claim their account from your registration page.

You can find the link to your registration page from Settings -> Employee. The link will be in the top section that tells you how many employees have not registered yet. You can share this link with your employees however you would like and they can claim their account.

Do your employees have questions?

If your employees have questions about this process you can direct them to this help guide. This guide will walk them through this process from the employee perspective.

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