PlanDay Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about PlanDay’s employee scheduling software for businesses. Includes info on PlanDay, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 22nd, 2019

PlanDay is an employee scheduling platform for businesses. PlanDay solutions include staff management, scheduling and punch clocks. Businesses can use PlanDay to efficiently manage their workforce.

PlanDay Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing (per user)

Starter

$2.00

Plus

$4.00

The punch clock add-on is priced at $1.00 per user per month.

Plan Day Reviews
PlanDay Review:

Pros: Superb tracking and scheduling capabilities.

Cons: The calendar layout can be a bit confusing.

Bottomline: Excellent platform that streamlines employee scheduling processes.

PlanDay News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

August 29, 2018

Planday Announces Series C Fundraising of $40 Million U.S. Dollars

PlanDay Key Information:

Co-Founders

Anders Frederiksen and Mikkel Lomholt

Year Founded

2013

Headquarters

Copenhagen, Denmark

CEO

Christian Brøndum

Number of Employees

180+

Phone

1 (800) 946-1528

Address

240 Kent Avenue, Suite K3/A1, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA

Website

www.planday.com

PlanDay FAQs:

What is PlanDay price range?

PlanDay’s plans range from $2.00 to $4.00 per user per month.

Is there a PlanDay free trial?

A free 30-day trial is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required. A demo is also available here.

Where can I find the PlanDay login?

You can go to www.planday.com and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some PlanDay alternatives?

PlanDay Reviews:

Source

Review

KikkoTa - reddit.com

I also work in the industry and we use an app (http://planday.com/) where we employees can just swap shifts as we need to, without having to go through the manager every time (he just approves the swap on his app). We can also put in requests for shifts and requests for days off. This makes my life much more flexible and even though I still don't have a constant schedule it feels more like I'm in control of my life again. I also think my manager feels it is a lot easier to consider everyone's wishes like this and is much more willing to make sure people get what they want.

Rafiki890_ - reddit.com

Check out Planday. I have a feeling that you might find their platform more approachable than Upwork's. Planday has some really nifty features such as, timeclocking and a real-time schedule. The software also makes communication between managers and employees really straightforward. They have a starter package which is incredibly cheap!