Recorded Employee Work Hours by Location

Recorded Location Work Hours

The Recorded Employee Work Hours by Location report displays employees' punched in/out times at each shift location for a specific report date range. By default, daily punch records for the current week are displayed, organized by location, and sorted by date, and then by shift. The Document Map shows the tree view of the locations covered in the report. Clicking any of the location names will position the report to the section that shows activity details for that location.

Note: Optionally, you can hide the graph, punch history, shift totals, location totals, daily totals, and a grand total at the bottom of the report. You can also insert a page break between each location, day, and shift.

The report contains the following fields:

Report Header Information: Your business name, report title, and the range of dates covered in the report. You can selectively hide these fields using the command.

Location Header Information: Information about the location.

Date: Date when the employee has at least a shift assignment.

Shift: The shift assigned to the employee for the day. On call shift assignments are not included as they do not have associated punch records.

Employee: The employee name. Clicking the employee name hyperlink will bring up the Employee form to let you view and make changes to the employee record.

Position: The employee's position.

First Punch In: The recorded time of the first punch in.

Last Punch Out: The recorded time of the last punch out. When there is no out punch recorded in a shift, a question mark in red color will be displayed.

Work Hours: The total hours computed from punch in/out times. If a shift has been punched in but is missing an out punch, a best estimate will be presented and a question mark in red color will be displayed to indicate that the data is not reliable. For example, if an employee punched in at 7AM, punched out at 9AM, punched in again at 10AM, and never punched out, the work hours will show 2 hours with a red question mark.