Federal Employment Laws: A Guide for Event Planners

You’re in charge of planning an event. Every detail depends on you! Oh, the pressure! One thing you don’t want to have to worry about is employment rules and regulations. That’s not a detail that’s going to make your event legendary! Nevertheless, before you put a team together that will elevate your company to rockstar status, you have to make sure you understand federal employment laws. Check out this guide to contract and regular employee laws and regulations. This law was enacted in 1935 to protect employers and employees. It gives employees the right to collective bargaining and the ability to unionize. Employees can legally get together to appeal for anything for their “mutual aid and protection”. Under this law, employees have the right to discuss any of the terms and conditions of employment. This includes wages, scheduling and time off. Employers are prohibited from threatening employees who are joining …

Schedulehead Robot Army

With Schedulehead, you get your own personal army of bots to help you with getting your employees scheduled for shifts. They’ll take care of all the tasks that take the most time. From gathering missing data, to communicating …

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WHY WE’RE PERFECT FOR EVENT BASED STAFFING

We were born out of an event-based staffing company, so this stuff is in our DNA. But whether your employee scheduling needs are for catering, production, or stage labor scheduling, that’s all our sweetspot. Over the years, we’ve baked in tons …

Say Goodbye to Handwritten Notes

How are you currently keeping track of hours worked for your employees? If it’s on paper, then you know there’s a lot of room for improvement. Hand-written or paper notes not only get …

We’ve Got the Goods

Automated options: Autotext Optional Decline Code Text for invite to work Text for web check-in Text for worker add by manager Text for worker removal by manager Text for alternate add by manager Text for alternate removal by manager Text for alternate upgraded to worker on shift Text for event updates Automated Time Tracking Texting options: All have customizable messages Text for upcoming punch in Text for forgotten punch in Text for upcoming punch out Text for punch out now Text for forgotten punch out Manual Texting: Manually text your workers, those working one particular shift, or everyone with just one click. Shift Punches Minimum Early Punch In : Max Late Punch Out : The latest the worker can punch themselves out Get Location : whether the device should even try to get a location Location Required Location Within Specified distance Require photo of worker at punch time Reviewer can …

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e know how busy you keep staying on top of scheduling your team, and because of that, we’ve been busy working for you.
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We were born out of an event-based staffing company, so this stuff is in our DNA. But whether your employee scheduling needs are for catering, production, or stage labor scheduling, that’s all our sweetspot. Over the years, we’ve baked in tons of tools that are unique not just to Schedulehead, but really for the event-based staffing job. For example, when managing a large only Schedulehead actually learns about your employees. The longer it works, the more it knows. It knows who’s sometimes late, who’s a solid worker, and who to keep an eye on. As well, we’ve got tools that can automatically reach out to workers to get them scheduled for a shift, which takes a lot off your plate when scheduling for events. Check out our Features page for an overview of what we’ve got to offer. The way Schedulehead works is inherently different than any other platform. It’s …