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BOSSDOG | work schedules

Work scheduling software

An online work schedule program that allows you to make work schedules in a snap. You enter your company's departments. Then link one or more jobs and one or more work places to each department. You may import staff members from a CSV file or enter them manually. You can also choose to allow employees to manage their own data. You create the work schedule per week according to the planning that you have already entered.

  • Hassle free planning

    Do not spend all your time figuring out the work schedule. No longer waste time calling people to see when they are available.

  • Automatic shift schedules

    A successful work schedule is produced based on when employees can work and the ranking of employees. The minimum (and maximum) number of hours worked by each employee is automatically met. Our complex algorithm automatically generates a shift schedule.

  • Web based

    Employees can see when they work from any internet connected computer (including tablets and smartphones). The staff can request preferences through the agenda.

  • Ideal for part time employees

    If most of your employees work part-time, making a shift schedule can be a nightmare. BOSSDOG can fully automate this process.

  • Manage preferences

    Every employee is enabled, through the agenda, to indicate his or her work preferences. If you wish, you can enable employees to manage their own data.

  • Communication

    To optimize communication, we have created a memo system that allows you and your employees to send and receive simple messages.


€ 30.00
per month
(excl. VAT)
  • No startup fees
  • Free training of planners
  • Free updates
  • Unlimited support
  • Unlimited number of users
  • 24/7 access to the system


Free and without obligation you will have a trial customized environment for one month to experience the benefits of BOSSDOG. After the test, nothing is automatically renewed and you are not committed to anything. You can then decide whether you want to subscribe. Fill out the form below and we will send an email to the specified email address with an activation link.

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Sign up for the BOSSDOG online work schedule application. All you need is a desktop or laptop with internet connection. If you already have a (demo) account with us that you want to preserve the data from, then only fill in the username and password so that the account will be continued. If this is not the case, you can leave these fields blank and we will send you an email with an activation link so that you can start immediately. At the end of the month, you will be billed according to consumption.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Definitions
    1. In these terms and conditions, the following definitions are used, unless otherwise specified or the context clearly suggests otherwise:
      1. the user of these terms and conditions: located in Lisse, registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 74522;
      2. customer: every company that has an agreement with to make use of the software;
      3. agreement: the agreement between and the customer where the customer is granted a license to use the software;
      4. software: the online application, website or online services (including updates) that is within the framework of the agreement by put to disposal of the customer;
      5. website: the website
  2. General
    1. These general conditions apply to all offers, quotations and agreements concerning the provision of services by to the customer and furthermore to all (other) acts between and the customer, including any negotiation and other pre-contractual situations.
    2. These conditions also apply to all agreements with for which third parties must be involved.
    3. Any exceptions to these general conditions are valid only if agreed upon in writing or electronically.
    4. The applicability of any purchase or other conditions of the customer is explicitly rejected.
    5. If one or more of the provisions in these terms and conditions are invalid or void, the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions shall remain fully applicable. The invalid or unenforceable provisions will be replaced by, taking into account as much as possible the purpose and intent of the original provision(s).
    6. If does not always require strict compliance with these conditions, this does not imply that these conditions would not apply or would lose the right to require strict compliance with these conditions in whether or not similar future cases.
    7. During the contract has the right to modify the general conditions unilaterally.
  3. Offers
    1. All offers of are without engagement.
    2. is not bound by its offer if there are errors in its print, programming errors, tender errors, e-mail errors or errors on the website.
    3. Offers and tenders shall not apply automatically to future agreements.
  4. Conclusion of contract
    1. The agreement comes about after the customer has completed the registration process on the website.
    2. All data that the customer enters during the registration process must be complete and conform the truth.
    3. After the agreement has been concluded, sends the customer a confirmation via e-mail. By clicking on the link in the confirmation e-mail the customer can activate his account.
    4. Before the customer can register, the customer must indicate he agrees to these terms and conditions by ticking it.
  5. Duration of the contract and termination
    1. The agreement is for an indefinite period.
    2. The parties may terminate the agreement at any time.
    3. The customer can terminate the contract through his account without a notice period.
    4. After termination of the contract the customer no longer has the right to use the software. The data entered by the customer is removed one month after termination of the agreement.
  6. Implementation of the agreement
    1. With the software, the customer can manage his personnel planning online. A description of the operation of the software is present on the website.
    2. will execute the contract to the best of its ability.
    3. has the right to shut down the software if a computer virus, bug, hacker attack or other technical problems obstruct the (partial) use of the software.
    4. The customer has no right to functions that are desired by the customer, but are not present in the software except when agreed in writing or electronically that these functions would be present.
    5. has the right to contract third parties to (in part) execute the agreement.
  7. Obligations of the customer
    1. The customer shall ensure that all data, deems necessary or which the customer reasonably understands to be necessary, for the execution of the agreement, be timely provided to
    2. The customer must refrain from practices that make it Work impossible to properly execute the agreement.
    3. The customer is obliged to inform immediately about facts and circumstances that may be important in relation to the implementation of the agreement.
  8. Product specifications
    1. reserves the right to make changes and/or additions to the software at any time, because of the technical evolution of the software. guarantees in case of a modified product specification an equivalent functionality and performance of the software.
  9. Prices and trial period
    1. The prices for the use of the software are listed on the website.
    2. All prices exclude VAT.
    3. has the right to adjust its prices from time to time. The customer is notified of price changes in writing or via email.
    4. During a trial period of 30 days, the customer can make use of the software free of charge. If the customer turns a trial account into a paid account, the conversion shall take place immediately and the cost of using the software will be charged from that date.
  10. Payment
    1. Payment must be made without any discount, compensation or suspension by bank within 14 days after the invoice date.
    2. Upon expiration of the payment period, the customer shall be in default. In that case, the customer, from the date the amount is due until the date of payment will be charged the statutory interest. In addition, all costs of collection, after the customer is in default, both judicial and extrajudicial, will be borne by the customer. The extrajudicial costs are set at 15% of the principal amount with a minimum of € 250.
    3. Incoming payments shall serve to settle the longest outstanding items – including interest and costs - even if the customer declares otherwise in this respect.
    4. Rights are always granted to the customer under the condition that the customer pay the agreed fees fully and timely.
    5. If the customer has not paid an invoice within 30 days after the invoice date, then has the right to block access to the service until all outstanding invoices (including interest and costs) are met. can not be held liable for any damage which the customer suffers by blocking access to the service.
  11. Change billing address or relocation
    1. If the customer relocates or the billing address of the customer changes, the customer prior thereto as early as possible must pass his new place of residence or business and/or new billing address in writing, via email or through their account on
  12. Modification agreement
    1. Changes to the agreement of any kind, must be accepted by in writing or via email.
  13. Use of the software
    1. The customer is always responsible for the use of his account.
    2. The customer is not permitted to use the software in contravention of the provisions of the agreement, these general conditions, the relevant and applicable laws, morals and public order, codes of conduct and other rules established by government.
    3. The customer is not permitted:
      1. to examine the vulnerability of a computer system or network or to test whether the security can be broken without the owner having given express permission;
      2. to create, introduce or disseminate computer viruses;
      3. to use the software so that the proper functioning of computer systems of or third parties be hindered or hampering other users of the software;
      4. to use the software in violation of the law, international regulation or rights of third parties.
    4. The customer is responsible for the use and proper application in its organization of the software and for the observance of instructions and/or advice given by
    5. The customer is responsible for the proper functioning of its equipment or for other technical provisions which should be used for accessing and using the software.
    6. The customer will notify immediately of all relevant facts and circumstances when he ascertains illegal use of the software.
    7. The customer is only allowed the use of the software for the purpose it has been validated for.
    8. If a defect in the software or program failure was caused by an act and/or omission of the customer then all costs has to make to recover the defect or faulty program, are on behalf of the customer.
    9. has the right to (temporarily) deny the customer access to and/or limit the use of the software if the customer fails to meet any obligation to Work in respect of the contract, or if the customer uses the software in conflict with these terms and conditions. will inform the customer of its intention to decommissioning in advance, unless this can not reasonably be required.
  14. Login details
    1. The customer must be extremely careful in dealing with – and is responsible for – his login details. If any unauthorized third party make use of the login details of the client, then can not be held liable.
    2. If the customer finds that a third party makes unauthorized use of his login details, the customer must inform without delay.
  15. Indemnities
    1. If data, imported using the software, are incorrect and/or unlawful, then the customer bears full responsibility. The customer indemnifies for claims by third parties that are based on the proposition that the data generated by the customer using the software are illegal.
  16. Intellectual property
    1. Through the provision of software, websites, databases, equipment, online services, applications and so no copyright within the meaning of the Copyright Act is transferred. The customer acquires non-exclusive usage rights that are not transferable to third parties. The customer is not allowed to sell or lease the software. All intellectual property rights to the provided software, websites, online services, applications and so are vested exclusively in or its licensors.
    2. The customer is not permitted without prior permission of, to remove, modify or to make unrecognizable any designation concerning the confidential nature or concerning copyrights, trademarks, trade names, other intellectual property rights in the software, databases, documentation or materials.
    3. The customer undertakes in no way to infringe the intellectual property rights of
    4. It's allowed to take technical measures to protect and maintain intellectual property rights to the software.
    5. Without prior written or electronic consent of, the customer may not copy, transmit, distribute, reproduce or publish any information, text, logos, trademarks, trade names and images that he obtained through the software.
    6. The rights referred to in this article remain the property of regardless of suggestions and/or ideas for improvement and/or modification of the software put forward by the customer and/or any other third parties.
    7. The customer is not allowed to copy, reproduce, modify, disassemble, decompile, analyze or reconstruct (a part of) the software without the express prior written permission of
    8. If the customer violates the intellectual property rights of, then has the right to terminate the agreement immediately, without the customer being entitled to any form of compensation, then all damages sustained by will be charged to the customer.
    9. has the right to place the name of the customer and/or the customer's logo on its website as being a customer of's.
  17. Non-fulfillment, termination and suspension
    1. is authorized to terminate or suspend, without prejudice to its other rights (on performance and/or compensation) the implementation of the agreement with immediate effect, without judicial intervention, in whole or in part, if:
      1. the customer is in breach of any provision of the agreement between the parties or these terms and conditions;
      2. the customer applies for suspension of payment;
      3. bankruptcy of the customer is requested;
      4. the business of the customer is shut down or liquidated;
      5. a private agreement is offered;
      6. any asset of the customer is being seized.
  18. Liability and limitation
    1. can not be obliged to pay compensation for any damage, direct or indirect result of:
      1. an event which, in fact, beyond its power, and thus can not be attributed to its behaviour such as described in article 20 of these terms and conditions.
      2. any act or omission of the customer, its employees, or other persons that are employed by or on behalf of the customer.
    2. strives to maintain the software accessible 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, but can interrupt access, for maintenance, updating and/or for some other technical reason. is not liable for such interruptions.
    3. does not warrant that the software will be accessible at any time without errors, malfunctions or interruptions. The customer acknowledges that the service can be interrupted for various reasons. will aim to provide a full continuity of the software and recover interruption within acceptable periods. is not liable for damages resulting from the temporary interruption of the software, unless the interruption of the software at the hands of is unreasonably long.
    4. can in no way be held responsible for the loss of customer login details. is not liable for damages or costs resulting from the abuse of login details.
    5. The software is made available via the internet. This means that the quality or availability of the software may be affected by factors that can not be held responsible for. can never be held liable for damages the customer suffers because the software is not or not fully available or can not be used.
    6. is not liable for any damage of any kind incurred by the customer in connection with the (non) functioning of equipment, software or (internet)connections of the customer.
    7. accepts no liability for the services of third parties.
    8. can never be held liable for property damage and any other damage to computers, networks, stations, hardware and software as a result of connecting to the internet or using the internet. can never be held liable for any damage or alteration of mobile devices of the customer as a result of downloading or using the software.
    9. The customer shall at all times be responsible for backing up his data. is not liable for loss of data.
    10. Any liability of for consequential damages is excluded. Consequential loss is in this respect in any case: profit losses, missed savings, losses, costs incurred for prevention or determination of consequential damage, loss or damage of electronic data and/or damage caused by delay in the transport of data traffic, costs and damage due to mutilation, destruction, or loss of data availability.
    11. Should be liable for any damage, then the liability of is limited to the amount of the payment made by the insurer of Should the insurer not pay out or if the damage is not covered by the insurance, the liability of will be limited to the monthly invoice amount excluding VAT.
    12. The limitations of liability for direct damage contained in these terms and conditions do not apply if the damage is due to intent or deliberate recklessness of or her subordinates.
    13. The customer indemnifies to claims that third parties bring against in respect of events, acts or omissions for which will not be liable pursuant the preceding. The customer is obliged at first request to indemnify to all costs, damages and interest that may arise for as a direct or indirect result of a third party's action brought against it as provided in this paragraph.
    14. Any right of compensation expires under this article, if not within one year in which the damage occurred, a legal claim on behalf of the client is made.
    15. If the customer does not timely or properly fulfills its contractual obligations or its obligations arising from the law or acts unlawfully against, then the customer must reimburse for any thereby suffered damage.
  19. Complaints
    1. Complaints about the performance of the contract by must be directly made known to by the customer and in any case within eight days from the day the complaint arose. The notice must contain a detailed description of the failure so Work will be able to respond adequately. Complaints that are submitted too late will not be considered.
    2. The processing of a complaint does not mean that recognizes that implementation of the agreement is flawed.
    3. After filing the complaint, the customer should give an opportunity to examine the merits of the complaint and, if necessary, give the opportunity to fulfill its obligations.
    4. If still complying with the agreement is no longer possible or useful, will only be liable within the limits of article 18 of these general conditions.
  20. Force majeure
    1. is not obliged to perform any obligation to the customer, if is prevented from doing so due to a circumstance that is not attributable to its fault nor under the law, legal act or generally accepted for its account (“force majeure”).
    2. Force majeure shall include among others: faults in the connections from and to the internet, virus or intrusion by third parties, disruptions in energy supplies or materials, weather, strikes, theft, illness of the natural person who on behalf of performs the contract and government action. Force majeure shall also include any event or circumstance as a result of which compliance has become, in the opinion of the so difficult and/or costly compared to the situation at the time of entering into the agreement, that it can not reasonably be demanded.
    3. In case of force majeure will yet be relieved of its obligation to make available the software. It will depend on the circumstances whether in whole or in part will be the case and will continue to be, or whether there will be a delay in implementation only. When an ability occurs to yet perform and/or modified obligations, possibly under adjustment of amounts payable by the customer, both and the customer will be bound to exploit that.
  21. Confidentiality
    1. Each party is bound to treat all data and information relating to the other party or its business, including, but not limited to ideas, methods, prices, customers and relationships and know-how, both during and after termination of this agreement, confidentially, where such information has been provided in confidence or have a confidential manifest.
    2. reserves the right to use the knowledge and experience obtained in the context of the implementation of the agreement for other purposes.
  22. Processing of data
    1. To is a careful handling of personal data of great importance. With regard to the processing of such data is acting in accordance with applicable laws and regulations (Data Protection Act).
    2. To prevent unauthorized access of personal data, has taken several security measures, including measures against unauthorized access, use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction and accidental loss of personal data. The personal data and actions of the customer are protected by the use of advanced safety systems.
    3. The customer is responsible for the processing of personal data within the meaning of article 1 sub d DPA. The customer indemnifies of personal claims by users whose data processed in the framework of a registration of persons made by the customer, unless the customer proves that the facts on which the claim is based must be attributed solely to
    4. The customer guarantees that the processing of personal data is not illegal and does not infringe the rights of third parties.
    5. processes data only on behalf of the customer. will only process the data to the extent necessary to provide the service to the benefit of the customer as agreed under the contract. guarantees that it will not process the data for their own purposes. will treat the data confidentially.
  23. Applicable law and competent court
    1. Any agreement between and the customer is governed by Dutch law.
    2. All disputes relating to agreements between the customer and must be submitted to the competent court in the district where is located.