8There are six steps for clocking in: 1. ID Entry2. Password Entry3. Pay Code Entry4. Contract Entry5. Project Entry6. Cost Category Entry
9Pay Code EntryPay Code selection can be restricted by day of week and time of day.Employees who work different positions or shifts at different pay rates select the type of work for which they are clocking in.
11There are six steps for clocking in: 1. ID Entry2. Password Entry3. Pay Code Entry4. Contract Entry5. Project Entry6. Cost Category Entry
12Employee enters the Contract ID The Contract ID can be looked up using themagnifyingglass
13the Contract Lookup screen enters that information Touching a Contract onthe Contract Lookup screenenters that informationon the Clock In screen
14There are six steps for clocking in: 1. ID Entry2. Password Entry3. Pay Code Entry4. Contract Entry5. Project Entry6. Cost Category Entry
15Great Plains Project ID TheProject IDcan be lookedup using themagnifyingglassEmployee enters theGreat Plains Project ID
16enters that information Selecting a projectenters that informationon the Clock In screen
17There are six steps for clocking in: 1. ID Entry2. Password Entry3. Pay Code Entry4. Contract Entry5. Project Entry6. Cost Category Entry
18Employee enters the Cost Category The Cost Category can be looked up using themagnifyingglassEmployee entersthe Cost Category
19Selecting a Cost Category enters that information on the Clock In screen
20Clock In Touch Clock In to finish clocking in. Touch Cancel if you do not wish to Clock In.Clocking in will not add an entry to the Logbook. A time entry can only be added when the Change Job or Clock Out time is known, thus enabling hours worked to be calculated.
21Employee clicks “Clock In” to complete the transaction
22Change ProjectChanging projects will add a time entry to the Logbook for the previous project.The new project’s clock in time will be exactly the same as the previous project’s clock out time. No time will be lost on the employee’s payroll.To change projects, steps 3-6 of Clocking In need to be repeated.
23“Change ” is for employees who work using more than one project in the course of one day.
24Clock OutThe pay code, GPS contract, project, and cost category which were selected when clocking in will all be displayed.Touch Cancel if you do not wish to Clock Out.
25When the employee hits “Clock Out,” both her start and end times are shown, and her hours areentered in the Logbook.
26LogbookThe Logbook may be accessed from both the Clock In and Clock Out screens.The Logbook shows the time entries that were added by Changing Projects or Clocking Out.The logbook can only be viewed, not changed, from the Time Clock.
27displayed on the screen. Touch Today toview entries onlyfrom the currentdate.Use the browse buttonsto view entries notdisplayed on the screen.
28CalendarThe Calendar may be accessed from both the Clock In and Clock Out screens.Logbook hours are shown in black.Scheduled hours are shown in blue.A red V indicates vacation pay, S indicates sick time, H indicates holiday time, and O indicates overtime.
29The month, year, and date browse buttons can be touched to view times from various dates.Touch a specificdate to display theLogbook for that day.Monthly totals of scheduledand actual hours are provided.For a visual representation of their time, employees may view the calendar.
30Print Time SheetThe Print Time Sheet screen allows employees to verify that their hours are correct.The employee can select to print either the current pay period or a past pay period.Hitting Print will show a summary of the employee’s hours and a total for the pay period selected.
31Hitting the “Print” button prints an employee’s hours to the screen or to a printer.
32Company MessagesMessages may be sent company-wide, to a specific department, or to a specific individual.Messages may appear when the employee clocks in, changes jobs, or clocks out.The employee must acknowledge that they have read the message before completing their time transaction.Would you like to see a couple of examples?
33TouchingAcknowledgedeletes the messageand returns theemployee totheir previoustime transaction.
34Time Clock InquiryThis screen allows administrators to view the status of all employees.Administrators can inquire as to who is clocked in and clocked out.The Great Plains contract, project, and cost category will displayed for each employee.
35The Time Clock Inquiry screen is accessible only to administrators.
36Time Clock Maintenance Time Clock Maintenance allows administrators to change the time clock status of an employee.Status entries or changes may be made to: times, dates, pay codes, Great Plains contracts, projects, and cost categories.
37Time Clock Maintenance (Continued) The employee’s clocked in/out status may be changed, or it may remain unchanged.If the employee has a clocked out status, an entry will be made in the Logbook when Save is clicked; otherwise, the entry will be made when the time transaction is completed.
38The Time Clock Maintenance screen is accessible only to administrators.
39Employee Control Center The Employee Control Center screen shows employee information entered in Dynamics Payroll.Employees must be set up in Payroll before they can be viewed.Payroll clerks use this window to edit entries from the Time Clock.
40Click Logbook to show the Logbook for the selected employee. Click Calendar to show the Calendar for the selected employee.
41Employee Time LogbookThis screen can be reached through the Employee Control Center screen.Unlike viewing the Logbook from the Time Clock, the Logbook can be edited from the Employee Control Center.Only existing non-posted entries can be edited or deleted.
42Employee Time Logbook (Continued) Logbook time transactions automatically calculate weekly overtime.The Time Logbook Report can be printed for supervisors to verify time entry accuracy.Time can be entered and posted to Great Plains Time Sheets without using the Time Clock.
43Posted time entries are indicated by an X in the posted column. A range of dates can be displayedby clicking the From buttonand entering a starting andending date range.Clickingthe Printbuttonprints atime cardfor thedate rangeselected.xClicking the Totals checkbox displays the total numberof hours worked for thedate range selected.Selecting a time entry displays that day’s text in this portion of the window.
44Time Clock NavigatorThe Navigator shows the relationship between Time Matrix by Business Computers Software, Inc. and Project Accounting and Payroll by Great Plains Software.
45Time Clock Navigator (Continued) The Navigator makes it easy to start programs and to view their relationships.The Navigator can be used to access programs in Time Matrix, Project Accounting, and Payroll. Clicking any button will open that form.
46Time Matrix Navigator & Great Plains Payroll The Time Clock uses employees entered in Payroll as lookups and verification.GPS Time Sheets posts time transactions to payroll.Employee’s check processing is completed in Payroll.
47Time Matrix Navigator & GPS Project Accounting The Time Clock uses contracts, projects, and cost categories entered in GPS Project Accounting for lookups and verification.Because the Time Clock looks at the actual Project Accounting data tables, any changes in PA are immediately reflected in the Time Clock.The Logbook posts to GPS Project Accounting Time Sheets.
48Yellow descriptions show data table names. Red arrows showtime transactions.Green arrowsindicate lookups.Yellow descriptions show data table names.
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