The main function of setting up an employee's working hours is to ensure that salary proration is calculated accurately. Setting up working hours will also enable time tracking for the selected work group.
Step 1 - Go to HR hub > Company settings > select office
Step 2 - Click Workgroup on the menu under office name > scroll to the end of the page
Step 3 - Select Working group > scroll to the end of the page
Step 4 - Click Set working hours
On the same page, update the actual working hours and define the start and end working time.
Step 1 - Click Edit
Step 2 - Customise employee work hours per day
Step 3 - Set up the start time and end time (Flexible or Fixed Working Hours)
Step 4 - Define start working time
- Flexible working hours refers to a schedule that allows employees to start and finish their workday with flexibility. This means that employees can come to work earlier or later than the set time
A fixed work schedule is a timetable that generally consists of the same number of hours and days worked per week. Fixed work schedules tend to stay consistent in the number of hours.
- Kindly take note that your work hour start time must be at least 2 hours after the day start time and the work hour end time must be at least 2 hours before the day start time.
Your work day starts at 8.00 am and Rachels' (your employee) shift starts at 9.00 am. If she comes early to work and clocks in at 8.50 am, her timestamp will be shown that she stamped in today.