What is a "schedule"?
The schedule has three uses.
1. Set a work schedule
"Scheduled to go to work", "Scheduled to leave work", "Scheduled to start break", "Scheduled to end break", "Schedule of working day", etc.
- By setting an attendance schedule, it is possible to count late arrivals and early departures.
- Work that exceeds the schedule of attendance and departure is counted as "overtime hours".
- You can also set "Do not include before work scheduled in working hours" by setting the scheduled time.
- By setting a break start / end schedule, you can automatically take a break at a fixed time.
- By changing the "working day type", the working hours of that day can be recorded as holiday work.
In addition to creating a "normal work pattern" in the pattern settings and registering it on the relevant day, you can also enter the schedule information directly on the relevant day. The schedule for the day you entered directly will be displayed as "Shift" in the schedule field.
Time record is required on the day you register your work schedule. If there is no time record, the working hours will not be totaled.
Aggregation example that does not use a schedule
The period from work to work is counted as working hours.
Aggregation example when using a schedule
The difference between the scheduled work schedule and the actual work time can be recorded as "late-in". In addition, work that exceeds the scheduled time and does not reach the overtime start time can be counted as "overtime hours". In addition, various tabulations are possible depending on the schedule.
2. Aggregate deemed work
By using the "discretionary work pattern (direct-visit/ no-return / direct visit/ no-return)", the working hours can be totaled even if there is no time record data. To use it, create a "discretionary work pattern" in the pattern settings. There are the following three types of discretionary work patterns.
- Direct visit (discretionary attendance)… Even if there is no commuting time, it is considered to have been commuting at the scheduled time. Only the clock-out record is required.
- No-return (discretionary clock-out)… Even if there is no time record for leaving work, it is considered to have been recorded at the scheduled time for clock-out. Only clock-in record is required.
- Direct visit/ no-return (discretionary clock-in/ clock out ) … Even if there is no time record for clock-in/clock-out , it is considered to have been time record at the scheduled time for clock-in/clock-out. No time-record is required on the day. Discretionary working hours will be recorded.
3. Taking leave
You can take a full-day leave (one-day leave) by assigning an "all-day vacation pattern". You can also take a half-day leave (0.5-day leave) by assigning a "half-holiday type".