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Shift scheduling and coordination

Plan all the shifts you need. Submit details about the job and set detailed worker requirements to make sure only eligible workers can attend shifts. Schedule workers and keep track of all your current, upcoming, and finished jobs.

Shift planning

Enter jobs and shifts into the system

Comfortably organise events of any size. Plan both simple jobs, with one shift in one location, and complex jobs that need to be conducted by many people, various professions, and in multiple locations. With Sinch you can run even major cultural events and large music festivals from one place.

Approve shifts created by clients

Allow regular clients to place and check their orders via their portals. Simply edit, approve or deny their orders from the app.

Set worker requirements

Set any number of detailed requirements for your positions to make sure only eligible workers attend the shift. Ranging from ratings, profile and personal attributes to badges, and necessary certifications.

Advanced order management

Our advanced job builder lets you easily create and manage complex orders. Multi-edit, duplicate orders, jobs, or shifts and use the other power tools in the job builder to save time.

Worker scheduling

Select and add specific workers

You can add specific workers to the shifts manually. You can also search your database for available workers that fit the positions’ requirements.


Publish shifts for self-registration

Staff projects effortlessly. Publish jobs to workers for self-registration. If they meet the requirements, they can find the shift and apply for it themselves via a mobile-friendly worker portal on a first come, first served basis.

Keep track of all your shifts

Sinch monitors all of your upcoming, running and finished shifts in real-time and immediately notifies you if there are any issues that need attention.

Approve attendance

Easily confirm attendance of your workers reported by the lead worker who coordinated the job on the spot.

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