The work time statistics allow you to track the number of hours worked each month, week, or day, by each employee. The system also allows you to calculate the number of overtime hours.
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💡 Things to know
There are other solutions or points to know in order to go further in this management of working time, here is some information to know which could help you to refine your method.
1/ Define a mandatory fixed break each day
The web application allows you to define a fixed time period during which working time is not counted. Go to Settings on the web application, then in the "Interventions" section, select "Activate the mid-day break", by defining times. This makes it easier to edit quickly.
👍 Advantage: fast and same rule for all your employees.
👎 Disadvantage: Not so flexible.
⚡ Note: The "Time worked" is pre-filled, you can overwrite the number.
2/ Create a client called " Breaktime"
In order to "visually" fill in the period of meal breaks, it is possible to create a fictitious customer called "Breaktime", and to define that the working time of this customer should not be counted in the working time of the employee (option to be displayed and checked, in the "Display options" on the customer's file)
👍 Advantage: Quick entry and adapted to the real-time of each employee
👎 Disadvantage: If there is an intervention that lasts all day, it needs to be "split" into 2 separate interventions (one before, and the other after the break).
3/ Create a client called "Travel"
Create a fake customer "Travel" to create fictitious interventions for the journey and thus count the time of travel of each employee, in order to obtain a "real" working time.
4/ Simply fill in the real working time
Instead of using the options described above, it is also possible to fill in the working time within each intervention
5/ Use the attendance system to calculate actual working time
It is possible to use the time and attendance system to calculate hours. Thus, it can be more practical and easier to perform a clocking in/out at the beginning/end of the day and at the beginning/end of the break.