Persons & Organisations Module

A database for involved persons and organisations maps employees, departments and institutions. A tree hierarchy is used to reflect the organisational structure.
Aside, third parties such as contractors, vendors or practitioners can be registered. Persons can be tagged with relevant details such as badge number or job description,
while different properties apply for organisations, such as a \myac{vat} number for companies. It is possible to store contact details such as phone number or email addresses,
which can be marked to receive relevant notification emails generated by the system. If a person is marked as employee, absences (vacation, sick leave etc.) can be tracked.
If the employee is marked \enquote{allocable}, a dispatcher can assign duties of ongoing trials. Employees are notified of new, swapped or withdrawn assignments via email. Shift summaries show overviews of working hours to facilitate a fair assignment
by weighting holiday and night shifts.
The duty roster is presented by a separate calendar view, where collisions with employee absences are indicated and users are able to assign themselves to duties planned in advance.
For persons, a uniform \myac{cv} document in \myac{pdf} format can be generated for download. \myac{cv} positions are specified in a structured way.
One of the postal addresses provided can be marked as business address to be printed on the \myac{cv}, unless the address of a superseding person or organisation is to be used.
The system’s web \myac{ui} supports capturing a photo for the \myac{cv} directly, if a web cam is available. Documents such as application letters or certificates can be uploaded
using the file manager and retrieved as a merged \myac{pdf} document.