DukeShift is a web application that allows managers to post unfilled shifts. The DukeShift application works in conjunction withthe API e-scheduling system. Inpatient, procedural, and outpatient departments will post all unfilled shifts in DukeShift. Shifts entered will be based on the department staffing model.
CREATING AND AWARDING SHIFTS
Monitor the system for award offers
Ensure staff external to his/her department has completed the required orientation and competencies needed for the work area. The department manager will ensure staff has an appropriate active license or listing to work in the department
Follow the program policies for any program for which DukeShift is used as a tool
Document cancellations and callouts in the DukeShift and API systems just as you would regular shifts, per daily maintenance practice using the appropriate DukeShift codes
Monitor and track preassignments from the Duke Clinical Staffing Office
MANAGING STAFF THAT PICK UP DUKESHIFTS
Request DukeShift accounts for employees
Edit the API timecard for the worked DukeShifts
Monitor the workstretch of the employee to assure that workstretch rules laid out in the DUH Staffing Policy are followed by the employee
Monitor attendance to assure that the employee's callouts for DukeShifts are included when tracking the employee's overall attendance for the Availability for Work policy
Address any performance issues that occur when the employee is working a DukeShift
Revoke an employee's DukeShift account, as appropriate.
DukeShift Account Request Form
Managers: Completing a DukeShift account form means that you agree to monitor the employee's time in API Time & Attendance and work stretch in API Staffing & Scheduling. It also indicates that you certify the employee is competent to work in the care types you indicate, is not under disciplinary action and is a good candidate for DukeShift. DukeShift Account Request forms may be submitted to email@example.com.