Time Follow-up

Updated 10 months ago by Leigh Hutchens

This article relates to Classic.

In Quinyx there are several ways to monitor both time and payroll costs. It is easy to visualise in Schedule>Scheduled staff.

You can easily see if anyone is scheduled too much in a selected period, the figures then turn red. You can also see, on the right in red s how many possible UT hours will be generated during the period, according to the schedule.

To monitor an employee’s hours place the cursor on the person’s name.

In the box that appears you have access to useful information.

At the top, the name and employment number of the relevant employee is displayed. The row below shows how many unsocial hours the person will accrue in the selected period.

Selected period refers to the period you have selected in the date picker.

  • Scheduled/nominal hours: The person in the example above is scheduled for 40 hours during the selected period. His nominal time, i.e. agreed time, is 40 hours during the same period. Therefore, the employee is scheduled 100% of his nominal time.
  • Work time forecast/nominal hours: Forecasted working hours refers to the hours have been worked up to the current date in addition to what is scheduled for future dates, compared to nominal hours.
  • Work time forecast/fixed schedule: Forecasted work time compared with what is in the employee’s fixed schedule.

Schedule period refers to the schedule period that is selected in the employee’s contract.

Balance period is an additional option to track time and is often used to track annual working hours.

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