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An employee shift scheduling package that including 117 different 12 hour scheduling templates to cover 1, 2 or 3 shifts a day for 5 days a week. The templates display weekly tables that clearly show days and shifts worked by each person each week. All of the templates are set up to rotate the days off for each person, and everyone is treated in a fair and impartial manner regarding shifts worked and days off each week. Version 2.0 adds new templates.
What's new in this version: Changed price and added templates
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