Your Customers Come First 

Zuus Dynamic Scheduling™ helps managers ensure their customers always receive the best service.

Your Customers Come First 

Zuus Dynamic Scheduling™ helps managers ensure their customers always receive the best service.
Functionality On the Go

Multi-site staff scheduling software and time & attendance solutions that travel with you.


AdaptX™ harvests long-term point of sale and customer traffic data so that you can adjust your labor model based on the most accurate and up-to-date sales & customer forecast. Learn more

Labor Optix

By providing an easily accessible and intuitive graphical display of labor versus customer demand, Labor Optix™ lets you know where you are under- or over-staffing. Learn more

MetriX Pro

On the MetriX Pro™ interactive dashboard, labor metrics and KPIs respond immediately to changes in workforce scheduling app, ensuring that managers always have store profitability and goals in mind. Learn more

Staff Xchange

With Staff Xchange™, your staff at multiple locations can trade shifts with each other, and managers can easily fill shifts and avoid double- and over-scheduling staff who are working at different sites. Learn more

Labor TraX

The Labor TraX™ timekeeping interface records hours worked and final sales, showing you how your decisions affected profitability and allowing you to compare attendance through online scheduling software. Learn more

Our Customers

“Zuus Workforce allows us to focus on growing our business because all our workforce management issues are under control. Zuus speeds up our payroll process by 80%. We’ve reduced our labour cost percentage across all our stores by 3-5%.”

Robert Hazan

“To reach our productivity targets at SUBWAY™ we need to have enough staff to ensure quality of service. Zuus Workforce helps us put the right staff on the counter and eliminates overspending. We’re confident that every store is meeting targets, even though our stores are across three states.”

Matt Henderson

“Yogurtland has experienced fast growth. Implementing Zuus Workforce right from day 1 has been essential to quickly and effectively standardise our operational procedures across franchised and corporate units.”

Theo Koutrodimos

Changes to minimum wage and penalty rates

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Why Did Your Restaurant Managers Leave?

Why do restaurant managers leave? Why is there generally high turn-over within the restaurant industry? We've identified three main reasons cited for turn-over by restaurant managers and hope that in understanding them, restaurant owners and managers can...

First Time Managing? Prepare with These Tips

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Managing On-Call Employees? There Must Be a Better Way

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Parking Management Company Benefits From The Ability To Greatly Improve The Management Of Their Labor Costs.

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4 Tips for Overcoming Restaurant Employee Turn Over

"The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a nearly 73% turnover rate for restaurants and hospitality industries in 2016." (Source: National Restaurant Association) While there is no way to get staff turn over to zero, there are ways to reduce costs in...