Selecting a reliable timekeeping solution must include the consideration of available reports. Although the core function of a timekeeping system is to capture and relay employee punch data for payroll processing, having effective and insightful reports allow supervisors to better understand and manage their workforce.
Our system offers a selection of key report types, and each report gives you the ability to filter and sort in a number of ways how the data will be displayed. Because of this filtering capability with each report type, there are many potential reporting views that can be created. While viewing sample reports, it is very important to recognize that timekeeping settings and captured data can vary greatly from company to company. The critical function of the timekeeping system is to gather, organize and report whatever data it is that you are attempting to capture. See below for a list of sample reports.
- Daily Auto Email Report
- Single Day Report
- Summary Report
- Employee Setup
- Labor Report: Employee Job Detail
- Labor Report: Employee Job Totals
- Labor Report: Job/Department Totals
- Detail Report
The core of a timekeeping system is the “time card,” which is where supervisors will spend their time reviewing, editing, and generally managing employee time. Because every company has its own configuration for collecting data and preference on what types of data will be collected, time cards can vary significantly between companies or even departments. Below you will find some sample time cards to demonstrate what a time card looks like and how it will be maintained.
Your company account can be as simple as “in” and “out.” It could also be more advanced, gathering custom pay categories, paying shift differentials, or by having multiple locations. See our samples below to get a better “feel” for how our system tracks your employee data.