Get a Simple Flextime Solution with Time Tracking in Outlook
As you know, TimeSheet Reporter makes it really easy to track time via your Microsoft Outlook Calendar. You simply create an appointment as you normally would in Outlook, and then add a few extra fields, and that’s it. Your time tracking is done.
If you have any sort of flextime (flexitime) in your organization, TSR also provides a simple flextime solution for you.
Easy to set up
Within TSR you can define how many hours should be reported by individual users, for example 8 hours a day, equaling 40 hours a week, etc. This is done via ‘Working Hours Profiles’ and you can define different profiles for different users; for example for part-time employees, full-time employees, etc., and not all users need to have a defined profile.
Easy to see number of hours reported compared with what should have been reported
You can then go to the reporting function in TSR and easily compare the number of hours reported within a certain time frame (for example a week, month, year, etc.) with the number of hours that should have been reported for specific users. It will also include the difference, both for individual users and overall.
So if there should have been reported for example 40 hours and a user has reported 42 hours, it will show this as well as the difference on 2 hours.
This can be extremely valuable if you have some sort of flextime in your organization.
You can also give your individual users access to this, so they can see how many hours they have reported within a certain time frame, compared to what they should have reported.
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