In an exciting new update, Bizimply have made manually recording attendance and approving timecards for employees even more efficient! Attendance and Timecards are now split into two main tabs making both tasks simpler and quicker to complete.

So whats new?

Calendar View
In addition to the usual way of navigating between weeks, the dropdown calendar view now also lives in the left panel, showing the current date range you are working in.

Progress Indicator
Keep an eye on the progress indicator underneath your calendar as it tracks how
many timecards are approved for the selected date range.

Features on the Employee Timecard:

Notes:
Managers can now leave notes on an employee timecard. Those with permission to view timecards will also see these notes.

The Employee Panel:
The updated view of the employee panel now shows you a warning symbol if the timecard contains an unassigned schedule or position.

Add and Delete Paid Times:
There is now a new menu at the end of each row with additional actions. These include adding and deleting paid times.

Timecard Summary

The updated timecard summary displays the total number of hours for:
• Regular
• Overtime 1
• Overtime 2
• Paid Holidays
• Paid Time Off
• Paid Sick Leave
• Allowances

Timecard Adjustments

For increased security of your timecards, you will be able to see what adjustments were made, when they were made and who made them. 

To make an adjustment:

  1. Expand the summary item
  2. Hit "Adjust"
  3. From the dropdown, choose the day you would like to add or subtract hours from
  4. Type eg. either "2" or "-2" to add or subtract hours from that day
  5. Hit "Save"

All adjustments made are visible to anyone who has the permission to view/edit/approve timecards. However, only the person who enters an adjustment can edit or remove it.

Adjustments to paid or sick time off behave as usual, bringing you to that employee profile to create their time off record. The record of the person who created the time off exists in the employee profile.

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