Is it possible to apply for overtime hours only after a specific time?

Yes this is possible.


In the schedule pattern, there is an item called "Work fixed end time". If you set the time in this item, only the working hours up to the set time will be counted.



End of work...19:00

Time to leave work: 21:00

→ Working hours are recorded as "19:00" time


By using a pattern that sets the "work fixed end time" and a pattern that does not set it, overtime hours up to a specific time can be automatically calculated, and overtime hours after that can be applied for.


※ If you apply by the method of this content, you need to set employee type setting> "About work (hrs) after the clock-out schedule" to "Treat as attendance hours". Even if "Treat as attendance hours" is set, it will be counted as working hours only until the time of "work fixed end time".


Setting method

1. Click Admin screen Home > Settings > Schedule > Pattern settings > [New registration].


2. Enter required information such as the pattern name, clock in schedule, clock out schedule.


3. Click [Details] under "Schedule" to display the "work fixed end time" item. For example, if overtime hours up to 22:00 are automatically recorded , you can set the limit as 22:00then click [Registration].


4. Preparing a new pattern for application without time limit. Click [Edit] of the pattern created above.


5. Change the pattern code and pattern name, and erase the "work fixed end time". Click [Register as] at the upper right to copy the pattern with the changed contents.

*Please note that clicking [Register] will overwrite the settings.


How to Use

At the beginning, register the pattern in which the work fixed end time limit is set. No matter how late you work overtime, only the set time limit is automatically recorded.


If you want to record overtime hours after the end of work fixed end time, the employee requests a schedule pattern with no set fixed end time.


If the above schedule application is approved, all overtime hours will be counted.

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