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Use Hyre to manage your team’s schedules, communication, time-clock, time-tracking, and payroll files – all in a matter of minutes. Get away from excel sheets and back and forth emails with your team.
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Schedule your employee’s shifts
Create employee schedules in minutes. Assign staff their shifts or allow them to pick their shifts up on their own. Fill gaps in your schedule with temp staff with a click of a button!
Fill gaps with Hyre temp staff
Easily create staffing orders indicating positions, time-slots of shifts, clothing and skills necessary for the job. Using Hyre’s easy to use platform, you can manage your entire shift planning process quickly.
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Join 100s of users in the hospitality industry. From hoteliers to restaurateurs, we’ve got your shifts covered.
“I used excel to manage my 20 staff for the better part of my career. I was spending 10 - 20 hours of my week creating and updating the schedule. Now, I use Hyre and have the time to invest in my team and my clients. Hyre's scheduling feature not only saves me time, it saves me hundreds of dollars in labour costs.”Lloyd H.Art of Spices (Catering Company)
“I love how easy it is for me to schedule all my shifts at once. I was avid user of the many scheduling tools out there but they always fell short when it came to bulk scheduling. I had to create 1 shift at a time. On Hyre, I create 20 shifts at once (or more) and publish them instantly. I schedule 100 staff each week, so this is a huge win for me! Thank you!”Carly Gerrison, Banquet ManagerHilton
“I have been using Hyre's event staffing marketplace since 2015.Carlos Baeza, Food and Beverage DirectorThe Brookstreet Hotel
The staff we have worked with from Hyre have been professional, caring, and engaged - something often missing with casual workers.”