So, you’ve created your shifts, your team have dutifully clocked in and out, and all that’s left to do is to pay them…
That’s going to be a whole lot easier if you’ve kept track of the hours they’ve worked.Free TrialBook a Demo
First off, it’s always nice to have an overview of the pay period, be that the last week or the last month.
Being able to see the different employees who’ve worked, the number of time entries they each logged, and the total hours scheduled and worked can give you a good understanding of whether the period went as expected, and exactly how expensive it’s going to be for you.
Now we’re getting to it. Are employees working overtime? Undertime? Exactly what they were scheduled for and not a minute more? All of the above, somehow?
If you can’t get enough of analysing data (and, let’s face it, who can?) then individual time entries are for you. With the ability to check entries, view the job role and location for each shift, and review whether employees are working as expected this section is an analyst’s dream. And even if you’re not an analyst it’s still pretty neat.
Of course, just because you can see the data doesn’t mean it’s right.
Whether your team forgot to clock in, forgot to clock out, or just hoped that you wouldn’t notice that they’d claimed to have been working when they weren’t, every now and again you’re going to need to make adjustments to the data.
That’s why the timesheet module lets you update inaccurate time entries, confirm and lock correct ones, and add records for any employees who were drafted in at the last minute and didn’t have a chance to clock in but would still like to be paid.
Once your timesheets are a shining example of accuracy the only thing left is to export them for your payroll. You know, if you actually want to pay your employees.
Here you can choose to filter which time period, schedules, employees, and job roles you want to export the entries for, gathering exactly the information you need in order to make running payroll as easy as possible. Once exported you can choose whether to keep the data in spreadsheet format (oh, the horror) or to import it into your payroll software to finish the process.
To be honest, if you’re in any industry which relies on shift workers then we’re more than happy to help!
We’ve listed a few of the main business types which we currently cater to, but if you aren’t represented please feel free to sign up so that we can add you too.
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