With the employee report, administrators have a clear overview of their employee’s target and actual hours, the difference in hours and the status of their hours. In addition, you can also track employee’s holiday entitlement, planned and taken holidays, as well as remaining holidays. The employee report is always displayed for the entire year, and you can select the desired employees.
In the employee report, the data in the negative area is shown in orange, while overtime or remaining leave is marked in blue. If you are not interested in some key data, you can hide it with a few clicks.
The hours report in the TimeTrack’s controlling report allows you to view the hours of all employees. After selecting the desired employees, the hours report automatically calculates the difference between the target and actual time. All of this data is visible in each month, allowing for transparency and data traceability.
Depending on your needs, you can choose different display options in the hours report, for example “week, day”. The TimeTrack’s hours report adapts to all needs.
Tracking absences is often difficult, but not with TimeTrack! TimeTrack allows you to show the absence of required employees in an absence report. Absences are displayed as abbreviations of absence types that you can customize. A summary of all absences is extremely handy as it allows you to see the most important information at a glance.
There is also a legend for the absence type abbreviations below the absence report to ensure clarity and efficiency.
Some of the most common absence types are predefined in TimeTrack, such as vacation, sick leave, time off or holidays. Of course, you can freely define and change the absence types as an admin, as well as specify your own holidays.
In the absence report you can also choose between the calendar view or the timeline. The timeline ensures the display of all absences starting with today’s day instead of the first of the month. This is especially handy when the past absences are irrelevant to the admin, as they only want to focus on the future absences.
The surcharge report provides an overview of selected users and the awards they are entitled to. The admin can change the selection of employees, surcharges or the time period as needed. In the surcharge report, the surcharge rules are also visible under the surcharge types. Each admin can define these in the settings.
In TimeTrack, four overtime rules are already predefined, namely: 100.00% holiday, 100.00% Sunday work, 25.00% overtime and 25.00% night work. The surcharge report shows in whole numbers for how many days an employee should receive which surcharge.
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