Hello, I've created a course for associates that need to be at work and clocked in to view. How can I 'kick out' an associate if given the option they state they are not at work/clocked in?
Hi Kate Wilson,
This is not something that's natively built into Bridge, so there's not an automatic feature to enable.
However, you could probably do something custom possibly with the API. Bridge would need to be able to talk to something that manages scheduling, so if you're using an HRIS and there's already a connection between Bridge and the HRIS that may be a pathway to create some kind of logic around this. Depending on your type of work, I've also seen some point of sale systems that manage schedules and have some features that may be possible to leverage. Bridge would need access to those schedules and then a way to understand what to do outside of those defined parameters.
I've seen this handled a few different ways sans technology. I spent many years working for a company that included a disclaimer/release that had to be acknowledged every single time one logged onto the internal network. Basically it called out that use of the equipment outside of scheduled time was prohibited. I've seen annual trainings that clearly defined what would be considered authorized overtime, versus making a personal choice to work outside of scheduled time, which was and is prohibited. I've seen this kind of training done by IT (focused on network access) and I've seen it done by HR (more focused on policy). Ultimately, it comes down to culture though and how management creates expectations. It can definitely be a tight-rope walk.
Features like these do seem to becoming more common as the lines between work and personal blur.
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