Punch rounding rules allow organizations to calculate an employee’s worked hours from a rounded punch time that is an even increment of an hour, such as a tenth or quarter.
Timekeeping: Employee Role
Employee access control points (ACPs) allow organizations to provide access to specific Timekeeping features for identified groups of individuals, such as allowing hourly employees to time stamp and to perform transfers.
Timekeeping: Manager Roles
Manager access control points (ACPs) allow organizations to provide access to specific Timekeeping features for identified groups of managers, such as viewing Dataviews and performing group edits.
Overtime applies when employees earn a rate of pay other than their assigned regular or default rate of pay.
Exceptions are flags in timecards, reports, and other views, which identify when shifts deviate from normal work patterns. Organizations can use exceptions to identify employees who arrive early or late, forget to punch out, and so on.
A pay period defines what the length of your pay cycle as well as what time of day the pay period begins and how to account for worked hours that span across that time of day.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Many organizations have several employee types who will perform different tasks in the system.