The evaluation shows all planned and worked shifts of all your employees. The evaluation therefore provides all attendance information.

To be able to distinguish which shifts are still planned and which have already been evaluated, there are different states:

  • Planned: The shift and break lengths have been taken from the planned times in the shift schedule. The shift is either in the future or it has already been worked but no time has been recorded for it.

  • Accepted: You have accepted the changes suggested by your employee:in to his/her shift or you have evaluated a planned shift yourself.

  • Discussed: The employee:in has provided different information regarding shift times worked or break time. These changes must be accepted or rejected by you as the manager. If you reject the change, the evaluation is given the status "planned" and the planned or stamped shift times are adopted. If you accept the change, the evaluation appears with the status "Accepted".

  • Punched: The shift and break lengths have been recorded via the time clock.

  • Auto punched-out: The start of the shift was initially recorded by clocking in, but the shift was automatically clocked out after a certain time after the planned end of the shift. The reason for this in most cases is that employees forget to clock out. It is IMPORTANT to note that automatic clocking out resets the clocked in break. The length of the break and the end of the shift then correspond to the planned dates. In this case, employees would then have the opportunity to discuss their shift and enter their actual shift end.

NOTE: We do not recommend using automatic clocking out as a basic clocking out practice.

  • No-show: You indicated that your employee:in did not show up for his/her scheduled shift or he/she did not clock in by the scheduled end of the shift.

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