Employee Scheduling in Excel


Make Employee Schedules in Microsoft Excel

If you are a manager responsible for scheduling employees, you know how complex and tedious it can be to produce a timely work schedule every week. If you schedule too many hours, your profit margin suffers. Schedule too few hours, and your customers and employees suffer.

We are producers of Excel Scheduling Spreadsheets. Both products were designed by us, to meet the needs of a small business we owned. Now they are in use at thousands of businesses, large and small, all over the world.

We offer two employee scheduling templates for Microsoft Excel to address your needs.  Both spreadsheets help you manage wages as a percentage of income by estimating the cost of labor scheduled and comparing it against expected revenue.

Hourly Employee Scheduler for Excel

Screen shot of Excel scheduling spreadsheet for employees.
Excel Spreadsheet for Hourly Scheduling.

Employee Scheduler for Excel works well for small business for making and printing weekly schedules. It also helps you manage wages as a percentage of projected revenues. Click the image to learn more.

Employee Shift Scheduler for Excel

Employee shift schedule spreadsheet for MS Excel.
Excel Shift Schedule Spreadsheet

Employee Shift Scheduler for Excel allows you to easily make and print shift schedules. Click the image to learn more.

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    1. Hi David. We sent an unprotected version of the spreadsheet as an email attachment so you can make copies for yourself. Apparently Hotmail didn’t like it and filtered it out from our email. I just sent you a new package by email. I think it will work this time, as it passed all of the virusscan checks, but if not let me know and I’ll send you a link to download it. I’m here all day (US Central time).

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