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Humanity Names Chris Amani as New Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Amani to Help Fuel Workforce Management Technology Expansion and Market Growth

Have You Installed the Updated, Upgraded Humanity Mobile App Yet?

Our redesigned and significantly upgraded mobile app for iPhone and Android is now available!

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Product Update: Blocking Leave Requests for Specific Dates

We’ve added a feature that allows managers and schedulers to block their employees from requesting time off for specific, important dates on the company calendar.

Product Update: Creating Custom Reports and Schedule Templates

Once again, we’re kicking the month off by rolling out a couple of new features that many of our customers have been very eager to...

Product Update: A New, Faster Way of Scheduling Shifts and More

What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with some great new improvements to your employee scheduling experience?

Humanity’s Integration with BambooHR Makes Managing Employee Data Easier

We are very happy to announce that Humanity now integrates with top-rated HR software provider, BambooHR.

Product Update: Adding Scheduled Breaks to Staff Shifts

We’ve added an option that enables managers to create scheduled breaks for their staff members within each created shift.

Product Update: A New and Improved Flow for Trading, Releasing and Dropping Shifts

We’ve completely revamped the entire user experience for employees who are not able to work shifts they have been assigned and want to either trade,...

Product Update: Time Clock Distance Calculations and Bulk Editing for Staff Details

We’re kicking 2018 off the same way we ended 2017 - bringing you great new staff management and scheduling features to speed up your processes...

Simplify Schedule Forecasting With Humanity’s New Module

Using this new module, businesses will be able to import their most vital KPIs into Humanity and create better, more optimal staff schedules against vital...

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