Reporting Hours Overview

Reporting hours is where all of the methods that your employees use to report time are managed

How to navigate to Reporting Hours:

     

1. Click the Global Settings Cog Wheel 

 

 

2. Click Time and Attendance to expand the options and select Reporting Hours

 

   

3. Select an Assignment Scope. To learn more, see The Assignment Scope Hierarchy

 

  •  Company – Applies to the whole company 
  •  Group – Applies to a group of employees such as a particular location or department
  •  Employee – Select one or more employees for individual application

 

4. Select or create a rule name

 

5. Pick a Rule Effective Start Date (When should this rule go into effect?) 

 

 

6. Clock In/Out Type dictates the interaction of the employee when clocking in and out

 

  •  User Selection – The user will be presented with 3 options: Clock In, Clock Out, Start Break
  •  Quick Punch – If this method is used and the user does not have a break assigned, automatically allocates an IN or OUT.
    • If the user is assigned a break, a clock in/out button AND a start break will be displayed upon punching. 

 

7. Daily Hours Allocation: Select the Hours Allocation for overnight employees

  • Where Hours Fall - Cuts at midnight
  • Leading Day - Hours will be allocated to the day of the clock IN punch
  • Trailing Day - Hours will be allocated to the day of the clock OUT punch

 

8. Use the check boxes to activate one or more reporting methods for the assignment group

 

Each checkbox activates the respective reporting method. Select an article below to learn more:

 

Web Clock In/Out- Clock In/Out through the EasyWorkforce online portal  

Mobile Clock In/Out - Clock In/Out through the EasyWorkforce Mobile App

Kiosk In/Out - Clock In/Out through a Kiosk

Job Tracking - Enables Job Costing when Clocking In/Out

 

9. Select the Group or Employee(s) for the selected assignment group (if applicable)

  • Company is automatically applied to all employees

 

10. Click      to add the new Reporting Hours rule