By HotSchedules

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2008-10-31
  • Current Version: 4.110.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 94.61 MB
  • Developer: HotSchedules
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 96,530 Ratings


HotSchedules is the industry's leading employee scheduling app because it’s the fastest and easiest way to manage your schedule and communicate with your team. Team members love it because they can swap, pick-up or release shifts with one click. Work-life balance is easily managed with automatic shift pick ups when you want more hours, and time off requests for when you don’t. Calendar sync and notifications keep your Schedules and the roster automatically updated to your phone with any manager-approved changes. Managers appreciate the 75% time savings when building schedules and one-click approvals for shift changes. The ability to monitor business performance with sales and labor snapshots from anywhere, keeps them out of the back office. And most importantly, staying connected with broadcast and one-to-one messaging makes for a happy and productive team culture. NOTE: The HotSchedules application REQUIRES a valid HotSchedules user account through your employer. Need help? Contact Customer Care 24x7x365




    By Ivetteeeeeeeeeeeeee
    Somebody please make a better version of this app. It’s so bad. Constantly logs you out. Always says no connection available. So laggy. If you leave the app for one second and return it will need to load for minutes. Takes forever to load.
  • Trash

    By hsbs beidnnebb
    This app is complete garbage and is useless, waste of 3 dollars f off
  • Stop shift ratings

    By Rockhut
    Like all my shifts, this is getting one star. Stop this unneeded and arbitrary review.

    By Cris Pian
    This App Needs To Be Re-Worked Concerning So Many Things. Including It’s Proper Uses And Availability Issues With Employers/ Companies Scheduling Procedures Before Downloading Such An App. WHILE: Being Really Well Skilled Around Computers/Technology As Well As The Understanding Of App Technology. This App Is Like A Submarine With A Screen-Door On It.
  • Zero Stars

    By Timboski
    Wish I could give zero stars. Classic example of “too big to tail;” i.e. protected bc it’s so widely used and it’s privacy policies favor corporations instead of the majority of its users. And it’s super slow. Update your system! No reason why it takes 5 minutes to load sometimes. You have everyone’s money already! Invest back into your software! 🙄
  • Should be free for all the glitches

    By belannr
    Honestly it’s not worth $2.99 and I wouldn’t even recommend someone to use this again. Always glitching or stuck on a loading screen. Setting your availability is also not an easy task because the way it is set up makes no sense.
  • Not Schedules is the worst

    By Mov36tch
    Clunky interface, need to use the full website to make more detailed changes in settings, settings/notifications don’t work as designed, not even close to intuitive. It’s the worst scheduling app on the employee side out there. Maybe businesses use it because the app charges us to buy it and it’s cheaper for them?
  • Nickel and Dining the Ones Required to Use It to Know When They Work

    By Corey Allen Kimball
    Just seems crazy to not only charge the business for this scheduling system but then we, the team members, are basically forced into buying the app as well. Sure you can save a shortcut or the site but good luck on your iPhone!
  • Make Sunday the First Day of the Week!!!!

    By kirbymnpd
    The week starts on Sunday through Saturday. When doing your scheduling it starts with Saturday with Sunday being the last day at the bottom of the list. I’m never sure if it’s the first Sunday of that week or the Sunday of the following week. FIX THAT WHERE SUNDAY IS AT THE TOP OF THE SCHEDULING LIST.
  • Won’t stop asking me to rate shift

    By pissedatyournotifications
    Have gotten 12 notifications in the last hour asking me to rate my last shift. Not only do not want to rate my shift, I don’t need a dozen notifications asking me to when I declined the first time.