You can allow your Customers to add new shifts, offer shifts to employees and book them, see security information about those employees, electronically sign time sheets and view their invoices.
To do any of these they first need to have a login account.
On your web site you may have a login link:
In which case clicking on "Managers register" will take you to the manager register page or you may have a direct link to "Managers register"
The information should be filled in in the traditional manner:
When the account is created the "new manager" will receive notification depending on the site setup.
Approving a new Manager
Log in as a web supervisor: and go to the approve new users screen
You will then see a list of users who have applied to use the site:
Select the new user application you want to approve and you will get the application details and options to approve as an existing back office profile, a new back office profile or delete. We recommend that you contact the applicant on the number displayed and check email address.
Select "new back office profile"
Select the "Manager" option
Depending on the number of outstanding applications you will either go directly to the configure users page or need to navigate to it by the menu
You will then see the configuration options for user profiles
Click on the "Configure as managers tab and "enable companies"
You can select (or cancel) an entire Customer location by clicking the check box by their name.
You can then allow or disallow the various features according to the new profile users responsibilities and company policies
Once you save an enabled company, that entry will appear at the top of the list on the first page, so you can easily see what is enabled for a given user.
Finally if you have given a customer manager the rights to book shifts, you can choose what employees the customer can see by clicking on the configure booking filters tab. It would be usual to only allow them to see people they have previously used.
A new customer / manager user will then see the screens shown in the following linked article.