Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Update to Timesheets: Statutory Work Days

Hello everyone, today we are following up with a past post where we talked about customizing company holidays. Our system has now been updated to be able to provide additional details so that companies have even more complete timesheet information in case an employee had to work during a Holiday. Originally this was shown once the timesheet had been approved, but in order to make your lives even easier, we thought making this available even before that step, so Managers will be able to visualize every worked holiday right at the moment when they are starting to review the timesheets!

To illustrate the example, let's go back to the settings where we had defined our Holidays, we can see that on April 15 we have Good Friday set as one of the possible paid holidays:

This means that if an employee worked during that day, after that person has submitted their signed timesheet and the Manager in charge is approving them, then we will now be able to see the Earning/Pay Code signifying that it corresponds to STW for "Statutory Work", like the highlighted line in following example:

There we can see that Ann Marie worked on the same day that we have "Good Friday" as one of our Holidays, so instead of the Pay Code being set as a regular day "REG", it is now showing as "STW", which stands for Statutory Work. This way, the Payroll Department can easily keep track of these days that are special cases and pay their staff accordingly.

That's it for this one, let us know if you have any questions or comments below!

--Econz Team

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