Web-based programs take the pain out of shift scheduling

Web-based programs take the pain out of shift scheduling

WASHINGTON —When server Anne Lettieri needs to know the weekly schedule for her shifts at The Tombs restaurant here, she checks her e-mail, or she can opt to get the schedule in a text message on her cell phone. If she wants to add a shift at the casual-dining restaurant or swap with someone, she then can send out an e-mail or text message to her co-workers.

“That’s a big advantage,” said Lettieri, who has been waitressing for the past year at th

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