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Why are there overtime hours calculated on late days?

The overtime calculation time may be affected.



First of all, the attendance time is calculated as follows.


Fixed (hrs)

It is the working hours determined by the schedule.


Extra hours (hrs)

It is the working hours after the specified time is exceeded until overtime is worked.



Employee> > Employee type setting > [Edit] of target category> Calculate day's overtime work “ Overtime start time ”"


This is the working hours that exceeded the hours set in.


If the overtime start time set in the employee type and the scheduled work time set in the schedule are the same, overtime does not occur if you work according to the schedule.


However, there may be overtime on certain days when you are late. This is related to the following settings.


Setting " Employee "> Employee type setting > [Edit] of the target category> Calculate day's overtime work [Details]> Overtime (cumulative) time when late-in.


If the above-mentioned part is set to be "treat as clock in time record," the overtime start time will be delayed for the day when you are late, so the working time from the scheduled time to clock out to the overtime start time will be counted as Extra hours.



Even if you are late, if you want to treat the working hours after the scheduled work time as overtime hours without shifting the overtime start time backward, change the above item to "Treat as clock in time record".


In this case, please note that overtime will be counted even if the actual working hours do not exceed the set overtime start time.


If you want to simply treat all non-scheduled hours as "fixed hours", change the following items.


Employee  > Employee type setting > Overtime total of days [Details]> Extra Hours Work allocation type : “Set to fixed hours”> [Registration]


These changes do not apply to the aggregation of days that have already been timed. To reflect the changes in the past aggregated data, recalculate time data .
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