Monday, July 9, 2012

Employee Site/Time/Time Sheet

While the Project Time Entries page shows detailed time sheets, the Time sheet page furnishes a summary of the total number of hours worked per employee, per project, per day, over a period of time.

The table on this page shows the total number of hours entered by the employee for a project per day, and it also provides a biweekly total of hours. For example, if an Employee inserts in the time sheet three entries of 3, 2, and 1.5 hours respectively in one day and for the same project, but with different scope of work descriptions, the Timesheet page will show that on that day, a total of 6.5 hours was spent in that particular project. Those hours will be added to the project’s biweekly total of hours, and to the total of hours worked in general.

Overall, the table shows the following information:
-Job Name
-Days of the week, over a period of two weeks
-Total number of hours worked (daily)
-Total number of hours worked per project (biweekly)
-Total number of hours worked in all projects (biweekly)

This page has search results for employees and biweekly period date; it does not show all projects assigned to the employee. However, the projects and other assignments for which work time was entered is available.

The total hours also serves as an indicator of whether the employee has left any time unaccounted for while filling out the time sheet.


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