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Employee booking

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Employee booking

Empower your employees to book their presence for a hybrid workplace experience

Employees can now book their visits to the workplace in advance, giving you the visibility and control needed to assess any risks.



  1. This feature is part of our Essential plan

  2. This feature is also available to grandfathered plans including Prime (Grandfathered) and Enterprise (2016) (Grandfathered)


Activate employee booking


Employee booking can be enabled from Settings > Employees > General.


As soon as this option is enabled, a new action will be visible to your employees in the Proxyclick Proovr app.



Employees will only be able to check-in on the days they have a booking. If they attempt to check-in without a booking, they will receive a message via the app.


From Settings>Employee>Booking, you can limit or expand the date range in which an employee can book a presence, from "0" (book only the day of) to "60" days in advance.

Employees with access to multiple locations will have the ability to select which location they want to create a booking for.


Automated booking acceptance


As soon as the employee books themselves in, it will be automatically accepted, and their presence will show as "Expected" in the Employee logbook.

Additionally, the employee will be able to check-in and out throughout the day. For example, when visiting a client or going out for lunch. This is to ensure all activity is taken into consideration for the purposes of contact tracing and using the Emergency list.


The employee can always cancel their booking via the mobile app, releasing their seat for other employees to book based on your occupancy limits.


Add an additional layer of security with Employee Questionnaire


You can automatically deny an employee presence by using the questionnaire feature, you can visit our help article here for more details.



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