Likelihood to Recommend
Deputy is very well suited to clocking in for remote work, as employees can just use their phone. A clock in terminal is available to use, but we don't use that. Phone clocking in may not be the best option for sites with more limited oversight.
- Easy timesheet entry and submittal
- Easy export to payroll provider
- Easy to copy and paste shifts when scheduling
- Easy for employees to swap shifts or claim open shifts
- Removing an employee can be made easier. When shifts are scheduled for that employee it will make you manually delete all of the future shifts versus just opening them all.
- Customer service is terrible, when there is an issue you might not hear back for awhile if at all.
Professional in LegalLegal Services Company, 51-200 employees
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Timesheet tools often don't have the best usability for an outsider. Deputy bucks that trend. Everything is clean and simple in layout, and functionality is easy to identify. You don't have to waste too much time trying to find the tools you need.
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Deputy support is quick and responsive. We honestly haven't needed to reach out to their support much at all, but their live chat has been great in rare instances where we need some help.
Deputy allows for a more personalized user experience than Kronos. Notifies workers of their personal schedule for the following weeks (input by a manager). It allows users to view the work schedule of others on their team for that day, which can enable shift-swapping requests more easily.
Return on Investment
- Reduced payroll processing time greatly
- Reduced need for manager editing of timesheets because employees can do it themselves before submittal.
- Reduced confusion about shifts and schedule changes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Deputy Editions & Modules
|Scheduling, Time and Attendance||$31|
- per user