I have variable working hours. Can I calculate overtime hours?

Yes this is possible.

 

By the following settings, when the number of schedule hours is exceeded, the excess can be recorded as non-scheduled .

 

Setting method

1. Settings> Employees> Employee type settings> [Edit] of the target employee type> Click "Modified working hours system" in "Working style"> Select "Manual setting (flex and others)" and select [Transformed working settings] ] To enter the setting screen.

 

2. Set the "base time" for "weekly" and "monthly". At the same time, check "Work hours that exceed the scheduled time will be counted as overtime." .

 

3. From the displayed options, select one of the following.

 

If Scheduled hours is less than Criterion Time, regard hours exceeding Criterion Time as Overtime.
     If Schedule exceeds Standard Hours, handle the hours that exceed Schedule as Overtime

→Compare the standard time with the schedule time, and overtime will be done if the time with the larger value is exceeded.

 

Screen setting example

 

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If Scheduled hours is less than Criterion Time, regard hours exceeding Schedule Time as Overtime
     If Schedule exceeds Standard Hours, handle the hours that exceed Standard Hours as Overtime the reference time is exceeded.''

→Compare the standard time with the schedule time, and overtime will be done if the time with the smaller value is exceeded.

 

Screen setting example

 

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If you select either 4 or 3, you can checkCount working hours below Standard Hours as UnassignedIf the schedule time is set to less than the reference time , whichever is selected in 3, the schedule time excess will be overtime and the reference time excess will be overtime.

If the schedule time is set to be longer than the reference time , overtime hours will not be counted and overtime hours will be counted according to the setting in 3.

 

Screen setting example

 

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