Agreement templates - Time

Updated 1 week ago by Leigh Hutchens

The Time section allows you to setup various rules relating to punching and time reporting. The section is divided into four subsections - Rules for time punching, Overtime and unsocial time, and Punch and Webpunch deviations, and Break calculation rules.

Rules for time punching

Set the rules for time punching in this section:

  • Types of time reporting: Select Punching in/out but no breaks, Punching in/out and breaks, Deviation reporting, or Punching without schedule.
  • Auto attest for absence: If this checkbox is ticked, all the approved leave periods will be approved simultaneously and will be included in the payroll file. In our case, we have chosen to check the box as we do not need to approve the leave already approved separately. 
  • Automatic punch out after (h): This function is useful for ensuring that no one will remain punched in by mistake in Quinyx. By setting this option to 12 hours, any person who has forgotten to punch out will automatically be punched out 12 hours from the punch-in time.
  • Daybreak: This field controls the break for calculation of nominal working hours, overtime and additional hours over a period. 
  • Ignore leave reason in Webpunch: This checkbox should be ticked if the person is to be able to circumvent creation of leave in Webpunch when punching in late or punching out early. This may be useful in the case of flextime, for example. 
  • Allow punching on tasks: Tick this box if the person is to punch time on tasks planned for the shift. This will display an additional dialog in Webpunch that will allow the employee to choose the task for which they want to punch in/out. 
  • Payroll file: The correct payroll system is specified in the agreement template.

Break calculation rules

This section allows you to configure break calculation rules.

  • Use standard break calculation rules: Select whether you want to use standard break calculation rules or not. Read more about break calculation rules.

If you don't want to use the standard break calculation rules, you can add your own, just click Add:

  • Shift length: Set the number of hours and minutes of the shift.
  • Break: Set the length of the break in minutes.
  • Only apply to specific weekday/s: You can select one specific day of the week or all days.
  • Show breaks: Choose to display the breaks.
  • Location of breaks: You can select when to have the break during the shift. Options are beginning, middle, end, and after.
  • Number of breaks: Total number of breaks during the shift.

Overtime and unsocial time

In the Overtime and unsocial time section, set the parameters of overtime and unsocial time:

Overtime
  • Flex time/Time bank: If this box is ticked, no overtime will be calculated.
  • QT/AT bank: If overtime and additional time is to be generated, select whether the default mode are for them to be paid or saved time off in lieu.
  • Allow user to ignore overtime in Webpunch: This box should be ticked if the person is to be able to ignore overtime in Webpunch in order to avoid generating overtime. The punch time is then rounded to the start/end of the shift. 
Overtime methods

Select overtime methods:

  • Time exceeding schedule per day
  • Worked hours per day
  • Time exceeding nominal hours during schedule period
  • Worked hours per week
  • Additional time
  • Minus time
Unsocial time
  • Paid/Saved time off in lieu: Select whether you want saved time off in lieu.
  • Late schedule change: Tick this checkbox if unsocial time compensation is payable on late schedule changes.
  • Type of unsocial time: Enter the type of UT that should be when a late schedule change is made, assuming the above-mentioned checkbox is ticked.

Punch & Webpunch deviations

You can set punching parameters in the Punch and Webpunch deviations and Webpunch 3 Webpunch sections:

Click Add to add your own punch deviations.

Punch deviations
  • Round breaks: This functionality is enabled with the time reporting method Punching times and breaks. You can also check the "Round breaks" box yourself.
  • Deviation rules: Add type of punch deviation, minutes, punch in or out, rounding method, and shift relation.
Webpunch 3 deviations

Decides what should happen when employees select a leave reason while punching out from Webpunch 3:

  • Yes, create approved leave
  • No, create leave application


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