Fast food restaurants, whether serving up asian cuisine or flipping burgers share one thing in common. The need to be fast. When it comes to scheduling fast food employees, restaurant managers need it to be fast as well. Fast food restaurants operate extended hours, peak times and a variety of job positions making scheduling shifts complicated. Managers are usually given payroll budgets that fluctuate week to week with store sales. Union and FLSA rules may place restrictions on work hours, overtime compensation, and the types of work schedules that can be implemented. Fast food managers must also consider time-off requests, school schedules, and personnel availabilities when developing schedules for both full and part-time workers. Experience the ease of use, integration, and efficiency with the Snap Schedule features listed below.