The “Time and Attendance” report section offers 5 customisable reports which show the employees’ attendance in different manner, which vary from daily attendance activity, summary, to total attendance summary per date range.

  • The reports are customisable: you can add/remove columns to the report and save the report under a different name.

  • The reports can be scheduled to run on a given time automatically.

  • The reports can be issued as a CSV/EXCEL format

  • The reports can be run in a variety of date ranges

  • Preset ranges: Yesterday, Last Week, This Month, Last Month, Last 7 days, Last 30 days.

  • Custom range date: pick a date from and date to from calendar view

  • Time range cycle: run a report from the attendance cycle start and end date. For example, if there are two attendance cycles in a given site (Salaried employee 25th to the 24th) and hourly (1st to the end of month), run the report for each group separately.

Time and Attendance Timesheets Summary report

This report offers a detailed breakdown of daily attendance record per employee. This means that each row in the report show the employee name and the date.

For example, when issued for a month, it will show around 30 rows per a given employee where each line will show the attendance activity for a given date (10/01, 10/02, 10/03….) .

Filters

  • Site

  • Department

  • Lifecycle

  • Employment

  • Team

Time and Attendance Exception Report

This report is designed to show all records that have exceptions: missing In/Out entry or missing activity (time off request is missing). The customer has control over what is defined as an exception in the Site >> Attendance settings.

Types of Exceptions: The user may multi-select a type of exception from the following list:

  • Missing Work Day Entries

  • Manually edited entries

  • Working on a non-working day

  • Work more than 12 hours per day

  • Work more than potential hours

  • Work less than potential hours

  • Pending time off requests

  • Work on a day off

  • Manual clock in/out

Filters

  • Site

  • Department

  • Lifecycle

  • Employment

  • Team

Time and Attendance Daily Summary

Filters

  • Site

  • Department

  • Lifecycle

  • Team

This detailed report is actually made of two different sheets:

  1. Time & Attendance Daily Summary: this report shows per employee and per date the total duration worked, the hours worked, total hours and so on.

2. Time & Attendance Daily Matix: this report show a detailed summary per employee for the range of dates selected (one row per employee). The breakdown is by dates (where each date is a column) and it shows the total hours worked per each day or in the case of time off, the total hours taken as time off.

Site Attendance Hourly Report

This report shows for a selected Site, the daily activity per employee, where each row shows the employee and per date. It shows the employees’ In/Out entries, hours worked, duration, comments, reason and an indication if the attendance record was manually entered (not via punching clock). Any value in “Manual Entry” column which says “True” means that it was manually reported.

Filters

  • Site

  • Department

  • Lifecycle

  • Employment

  • Team

Time & Attendance Summary Report

This report shows the total attendance summary per employee for the date range/attendance cycle selected. It shows total days, total hours, potential work days, potential work hours, (actual) days worked, (actual) hours worked

Filters

  • Site

  • Lifecycle

Issuing reports via Timesheet

Another way to issue reports is to download the payroll report directly from the timesheet using the download button next to the attendance cycle selection combo box. This offers the greatest selection of column types and should basically refer to the payroll report. Because it applies to the timesheet framework, it offers a STATUS filter that can filter out employees who have not submitted their timesheets, that the timesheets were not approved and so on.

Filters

  • Site

  • Department

  • Status

  • Team

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