NOTE: TimeIPS allows you to define an employee's "Work Day" and "Work Week" for determining overtime so you are not locked into a calendar day for these calculations. Therefore, each employee's work day is listed on the report along with any clock events during that period and how the hours will be paid out (regular, over, or doubletime).
EXAMPLE: In the images above, the options chosen were:
- Output format: PDF (Landscape)
- Show breaks: All / Earliest.
- Sort reports by: Department
- Show hours as: Hours (decimal)
- Add date line to signature
- Total individual workweeks (PDF only)
- Show columns: Overtime and Doubletime
- Show benefit usage and holidays
- Show job changes as breaks
- Show job/benefit details (identify jobs for clocks, show summary)
- Hide days with no events
Note how the job codes appear under the Clock In event when an employee clocks into a specific job. The standard, overtime and doubletime hours are then summarized by job at the bottom of the report.
- Time Worked displays as decimal hours, rounded to the 2nd decimal place. Minutes are converted to decimal hours by dividing the minutes worked by 60.
- Time events shown in red indicate clock errors, schedule deviations, or some other type of alert. See the the employee's Time Report for more information.
- Time events shown in italics indicate clock events that cross the start or end of the report time/workday. The times shown in italics are the break times, and are NOT actual clock times.