Group Tasks

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    Rhonda Vatcher

    In our company we would find it most beneficial to be able to assign a single task to multiple employees, whereby each employee would be required to complete the task. Some examples are:

    1. assigning a task to several staff that need to renew their First Aid training.
    2. assigning a task to all PSW workers that need to review the Code of Conduct Policy.
    3. assigning a task to all office staff requiring that they review a new office procedure and acknowledge they have completed the task.

    These types of tasks are not associated with either client. They are employee specific tasks. Having the ability to assign a task to all members of a group or select multiple employees when creating the task would be necessary, and it would result in the task being assigned to multiple workers and each person is required to complete the task.

     

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    Amy De Klerk

    We would use both the scenario of one person in a group completing a task and a whole group completing a task.

    I think we would use the one person of a group completeing a task option the most, as we have residential facilities where clients need one of the staff on to complete a task, but not both. 

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  • Hi Rhonda and Amy, 

    These are great insights! We'll make sure to communicate them to our Product Team and keep you in the loop on any related development updates. 

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    Jan Barton

    We would use option #1 above for HR related tasks. These tasks would not be associated to clients though.

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