Set managers by specific group only - not just overall.
We have 45 locations - we would like to have overall visibility but only have our store managers have visibility and permissions to change their own location.
Raju Zagade commented
This is very much required feature
David Kerr commented
Great comment! Fully agree here as well.
Andrew Ribaudo commented
I run a company that has unrelated entities an they shouldn’t see the other locations.
I would like to designate a manager per group who is responsible for creating his groups schedule. As induviduals can be scheduled in different groups within the same team, it is no option to create multiple teams.
As mentioned already by others, our team would like the big picture schedule visibility of all its members, however, we do not need/want the time off requests going to all Admin personnel as managers within separate groups are authorized to approve time off only for those within their group. For everyone else the requests are needless/distracting. We would like to see the ability to designate group managers and have time off requests from their fellow group members be routed to them. It would be nice too to be able to designate an overall team manager who would still get all the requests and could approve them in the absence of the various group managers.
This is a must
Kreera House commented
I would go a step further and would like to see the ability to assign a manager to each team member and have requests only go to the designated manager. For example, take a larger team with multiple managers splitting up the reports among them and the entire team is manning an on-call schedule. In this scenario, you couldn't create different groups. You would need to have all team members in the same group. In the current configuration, all managers receive all scheduling and time off requests. Ideally, the requests would only go to the manager of the employee submitting them.
James Shride commented
I am in a similar situation, I would love be be able to give limited admin control to group leaders within teams, preventing them from having total control of the product.
Chris Saretzky commented
Some time off requests are sensitive and employees don't always want to share the reasons with managers in other departments