The clocking preference allows you to configure the following:
- next day clocking
- users ability to edit their clock-in and clock out time
- single or multiple clock-in and clock-out
- whether the staff needs to enter remarks
- Set up location, client or project
Step 1: If staff need to work beyond one day, you can allow next day clock out.
The X hours allow you to specify what is considered as a previous day and what is considered as the next day. For example. if the official clock-in time is 9am, and if the staff clock out at 8:01am, it will be considered the next day as it is greater than 1 hour. If the staff clocked out at 7:59am, it will be considered as the previous day clocked out.
Step 2: Permission for users to edit their clock-in/out time
If ticked, the employees will be able to edit their clock-in/out time.
Step 3: Set whether is your company using single or multiple clock-in/out
A. Single clock in/out - the staff is only needed to clock-in/out once.
B. Multiple cloc in/out - the staff can clock in multiple times.
There are several sub-options for these 2 options.
i. Ignore clock in before standard start time if ticked means staff even if the staff is early, the system will not consider the earlier time. They will only consider the official start time.
2. Ignore clock out after standard start time if ticked means, the system will not take into consideration the overtime even if staff clocked out beyond their official end time.
Step 4: Prompt for remarks
If ticked, the system will prompt them to enter the remark when they clocked in/out.
Step 5: Enter client, location or project
In Attendance, you can specify client, project or location. This can then be used by staff when they clock in or out. We will cover more of this in the specific option later.