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Setting break and overtime policies with Time Clock

Hey! Just got the time clock enabled on our tenant and it would be great if we could set break policies and overtime alert in order to truly replace our current time and attendance app.

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Naftoli shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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Thanks for your feedback and for all the valuable information and use cases that you provided, this will definitely help our team frame the problem. We are looking into this idea, and will consider it in the future.


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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes, please allow us to set the period of time used for payroll and allow us to export total regular hours during that period in addition to total overtime hours for that pay period. We should get an alert during scheduling when total work hours scheduled results in overtime. Also, when using Time Clock, if more hours are worked than scheduled and this results in the remaining shifts resulting in overtime, we should be able to set a manager alert.

  • Gene Glenn commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes, this is also important when exporting to Payroll. Currently our Payroll Export from our current Time Clock software has CSV data something like below for a 2 week period (total REGULAR hours for 2 weeks ). If specific Employee number has overtime during either week, it shows as a separate line item (total is 2 week OT) with the same Employee number. This employee number is also important per another Vote.

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