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Time Management

hi,

When m creating "Daily Work Schedule" Den m seeing 2 fields under Flextime

1. Planned Working Time

2. Normal Working Time

Whats de difference between the two?

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 10:41 AM

    Hi,

    Planned Working Time; The planned working time specifies when the employee should start and finish work.

    The normal working time is only relevant for daily work schedules.

    Eg: our company Planned working time 08;00 to 16;00

    Normal working time 09;00 to 15:00

    In that productive/flexi time s are 10;00 to 12;00 and 14;00 to 13:00.

    Regards

    Devi

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 08:45 AM

    normal working time:

    can have any start time or end time....it is flexi time

    like you have 24 hours iin a day and you need to work 8 hours..then you can work any 8 hours...

    planned is fixed start and end time

    like you have 24 hours iin a day and you need to work 8 hours..then you have to work a fixed time say 9 to 6

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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 08:46 AM

    The planned working time specifies when the employee should start and finish work.

    Daily work schedules for flextime are an exception. In this case, the planned working time is the interval within which the employee can clock in and out (recording of actual times).

    Working hours which are recorded during this interval are credited to a flextime account. The system automatically interprets excess planned working time as overtime.

    The normal working time is only relevant for daily work schedules for flextime.

    If a normal working time is specified, the daily work schedule can be assigned to employees who work flextime.

    The system refers to the normal working time for the following calculations:

    1. To determine missing clock-in/-out entries in time evaluation: if clock-in/-out entries are missing because the employee has been absent, for example, the system uses the normal working time to calculate the absence hours.

    2. To determine planned working hours: the planned working hours are calculated according to the length of the normal working time and the paid breaks.

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