User Manual – Resi Workers - Home

User Manual – Resi Workers - Home
User Manual – Resi Workers
Contents
Colour Codes Used in RosterCoster ............................................................................................................................. 2
How to log your availability ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Changing your personal details ................................................................................................................................... 7
Shift types defined ................................................................................................................................................. 10
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Colour Codes Used in RosterCoster
RosterCoster is colour coded so that you can see at a glimpse what the status of a shift is.
When you are logging your availability, you will see these colours:
• Blue = I’m available for work
• Black = I’m unavailable for work
When you are looking at your roster, you will also see these colours:
• White = I was rostered for this shift before the fortnight started (rostered hours/ordinary hours)
• Orange = I picked up this shift as ‘extra’ or casual hours
• Magenta = I picked up this shift as overtime
• Yellow = I was rostered for this shift but can no longer do it (and it’s still unfilled)
• Grey = I was rostered for this shift but can no longer do it (and it has been filled by someone else)
• Pink = I said I was available but I declined this shift when offered it
• Red = I said I was available but after being given a shift, I called to cancel my availability
• Lavender = I said I was available but when I was called for a shift I didn’t answer my phone
• Green = This shift is no longer required
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How to log your availability
STEP 1: Go to the internet and visit www.rostercoster.com
In other words, type ‘www.rostercoster.com’ in your web browser address bar as shown below and press ‘Enter’ on your keyboard.
STEP 2: Enter your login name and password in the top right hand corner of the RosterCoster home page,
then click the ‘Sign In’ button
If you have forgotten your login name and/or password, or you have not been given one, contact your relevant Residential
Services Manager, whose details can be found on the table of contacts in front of you right now on the RosterCoster home page.
Note that passwords are case sensitive. After you receive your password, see page 7 for instructions on how to change it.
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STEP 3: “Paint” your availability into the grid displayed
Go to the ‘Rosters’ menu and select ‘My Roster’. Depending on your access level, this screen may appear by default upon log in.
Once in ‘My Roster’, you will see a grid that looks like this, with dates down the left and times across the top:
To show yourself as available or unavailable, use your mouse to go to the relevant day, then left-click and drag your mouse to
‘paint’ a line between the start time and end time.
Example:
I can’t work between 7:00am and 7:00pm, so I will go to the relevant date and left-click in the “07” square. While holding down the
mouse button, I will drag to the right until I get to the “19” square to ‘paint’ a line onto the grid that looks like below:
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STEP 4: Put in information about your availability
Once you let go of the mouse button, a ‘Times’ box will pop up on your screen where you can add additional information about your
availability.
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After clicking on the “Apply/Close” button, you will see your entry appear on the grid. If you hover your mouse over the entry, a little
box will appear that shows the start time, end time and shift type.
As seen on page 2, these entries appear in different colours depending on the shift type. While you only have the ability to paint
blue entries (“I’m available”) and black entries (“I’m unavailable”), your supervisor can paint other shift types on your behalf so you
will need to be familiar with the colour legend too.
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Changing your personal details
STEP 1: Change your password
The first time you log into RosterCoster you should change your password to something that you will remember. At the top of the
screen, click on the “User Options” menu, then select “Set Password”
In the next screen, simply type the old password you were initially given on your welcome letter, then type your new password and
confirm this new password again before clicking “Save”.
After successfully changing your password you will receive a confirmation message in red:
STEP 2: Update your contact details
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To ensure that you are contactable, make sure you update your contact details. At the top of the screen, click on the “User
Options” menu, then select “My Details”
The below screen will appear and you will be able to edit your email address and phone number/s. Be sure to click “Save” after
making your changes.
STEP 3: Other options and logging off
To return to the roster grid again at any time, simply select “My Roster” from the “Rosters” menu
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To log off, click on the “User Options” menu, then select “Log Off”
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Shift types defined
There are several shift types found in RosterCoster. While you only have the ability to select the available and unavailable shift
types, your supervisors and managers can select all the other shift types on your behalf, so you will need to refer to these
definitions to understand what they mean.
Shift types that casual resi workers can select:
Available
Available Worker available
Available ( No SO or AN) Worker available, but not for sleepover or
active night
Available (OK for SO) Worker available for sleepover
Available (Ok for AN) Worker available for active night
Available (Ok for SO & AN) Worker available for sleepover & active
night
Unavailable / Availability Pending
Available - Phoned Worker available & has been phoned
Available ( No SO or AN) - Phoned Worker available, but not for
sleepover or active night, & has been phoned
Available (OK for SO) - Phoned Worker available for sleepover &
has been phoned
Available (Ok for AN) - Phoned Worker available for active night
& has been phoned
Available (Ok for SO & AN) - Phoned Worker available for
sleepover & active night, & has been phoned
Unavailable Worker unavailable
Shift types that supervisors, managers and team leaders can select on your behalf:
On Duty
ON DUTY – Agency Worker is doing this shift with agency hours
ON DUTY – Casual Worker is doing this shift with casual hours
ON DUTY – Extra Worker is doing this shift with extra hours (part
timer picking up extra hours up to 76)
ON DUTY – Ordinary Worker is doing this shift with ordinary hours
ON DUTY – Overtime Worker is doing this shift with overtime hours
(perm staff working hours that are over 76)
ON DUTY – Rostered Worker is doing this shift with rostered hours
Other
Cancelled Shift Worker made themselves available to work but
after having accepted an offered shift, cancelled it
Declined Shift Worker made themselves available to work but
declined the shift when offered it
No Longer Required Shift was previously required but is no longer
needed by the unit
Off Duty But Filled
Off Duty & Still Unfilled
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OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Other Worker was previously rostered but
is on other leave and shift has now been filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Rec Worker was previously rostered but is
on recreational leave and shift has now been filled by someone
else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Sick Worker was previously rostered but is
on sick leave (with cert) and shift has now been filled by someone
else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Sick (no cert) Worker was previously
rostered but is on sick leave (no cert) and shift has now been filled
by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Sub Worker was previously rostered but is
on substitute leave (sub for pub hol penalties) and shift has now
been filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Without Pay Worker was previously
rostered but is on leave without pay and shift has now been filled
by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Leave Workcover Worker was previously rostered
but is on Workcover leave and shift has now been filled by someone
else
OFF DUTY Filled – Reassigned Worker was previously rostered but
has had their hours changed around and shift has now been filled
by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Secondment Worker was previously rostered but
has been seconded to work elsewhere and the shift has now been
filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Training Worker was previously rostered but will
be in training and the shift has now been filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Unrostered Shift was not rostered but has now
been filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Filled – Vacant Shift was unfilled because of a position
vacancy but has now been filled by someone else
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Other Worker was previously rostered
but is on other leave and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Rec Worker was previously rostered but
is on recreational leave and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Sick Worker was previously rostered but
is on sick leave (with cert) and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Sick (no cert) Worker was previously
rostered but is on sick leave (no cert) and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Sub Worker was previously rostered but
is on substitute leave (sub for pub hol penalties) and shift is still
unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Without Pay Worker was previously
rostered but is on leave without pay and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Leave Workcover Worker was previously
rostered but is on Workcover leave and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Reassigned Worker was previously rostered but
has had their hours changed around and shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Secondment Worker was previously rostered
but has been seconded to work elsewhere and the shift is still
unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Training Worker was previously rostered but
will be in training and the shift is still unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Unrostered Shift was not rostered and is still
unfilled
OFF DUTY Unfilled – Vacant Shift was unfilled because of a position
vacancy and is still unfilled
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