Forecasting Your Schedule

While building your schedule, Prospr's forecasting tools can help by projecting payroll, viewing any scheduling gaps, and more!

Important: Prospr takes into account both published and unpublished shifts while forecasting.

To start forecasting, start in the Scheduling Planner. You may have noticed a grey oval in the lower right corner of your Planner. Click on it to start forecasting!

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Once the forecasting window has been opened, you can use it to view payroll, open shifts, shifts assigned by team, and amount of overtime hours for the date range you are viewing. (In the example here, we are forecasting December 1st-31st)

Payroll: Click on Est. Payroll to view further payroll details. You will be able to see by work week and by user the amount of hours/week and overall payroll that will be paid out to the team member for the date range.

You can scroll in the area where team members are listed to view more team members.

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Open Shifts: Click on Open Shifts to see more details on where your currently unassigned shifts are in your schedule.

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Teams: Click on the Teams tab to get an overview of the number of shifts per team that are assigned each work week. You will also be able to see if there are any gaps in shifts. In the example below, you will see on the week of Dec. 06 that 12 out of 14 Clean Team shifts have been assigned.

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Overtime: If any of your team members are gaining overtime, click on this tab to see which users, and during which work week they have overtime hours.

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Suggested Articles:

  • Assigning Multiple Teams + Payrates to a User
  • Who Can See Payrates
  • Managing Overtime Settings
  • Assigning Team Members to Shifts