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Positive Time Management: First Clock in ( P10 )and Last Clock Out ( P20 )

Hi all,

We have positive time management implemented. During time evaluation, I want to consider only first clock in and last clock out for the employee.

We have multiple time events for the employee on same day. Some are duplicates as well as some are out of sequence like P10 P10 P20 P10 P20.

Pls suggest.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 09:56 AM

    How can u have multiple P10 and P20 at the same day, usually maintain first Clocck in as P10 and Last Clock Out as P20 and ur problem can be solved.

    If the employee has break then enter P15 (Start of the Brreak Time ) and P20 (End of the Break Time).

    Best Regards,

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 10:36 AM

    Hi,

    First record as P10, last record as P20, In between use the following. while intergration of other vendors for getting time evnts report you need to discuss with Core team members and Vendor also. If client required all the entries, we need the formmat based on requirement. Consider the following all start of paid break, End of paid break, in case of Off site work, work from home. when you using these can map also Absence reason with Attendance.

    P01 Clock-in/-out

    P02 Start or end of break

    P15 Start of break

    P25 End of break

    P30 Start of off-site work

    P35 Start of off-site work at home

    P40 End of off-site work

    P45 End of off-site work at home

    P60 Information entry

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 02:09 PM

    Hi,

    Below is the solution for your query.

    Determination of First Clock In & Last Clock Out in Positive Time Evaluation

    Thanks and regards,

    Vivek Barnwal

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