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for: Time Matrix
Touch Screen Time Clock
Employee enters PIN 18
XXXX Employee enters her password
NOTE: Employee access to pay codes may be restricted in a variety of ways! Employee chooses pay code and hits “Select”
02/14/06 3:22:50 PM When the employee hits “Clock In…” Confirmation of the time is posted
When the employee hits “Clock Out,” both her start and end times are shown, and her hours are entered in the Logbook.
The Logbook may be accessed from both the “Clock In” and “Clock Out” Screens.
Employees may NOT edit entries in the Logbook.
The Calendar may be accessed from both the “Clock In” and “Clock Out” Screens.
For a visual representation of their time, employees may view the calendar. The month, year, and date browse buttons can be touched to view times from various dates. Touch a specific date to display the Logbook for that day. Monthly totals of scheduled and actual hours are provided.
V = vacation pay = sick pay SH = holiday pay = overtime pay
Hitting the “Print” button prints an employee’s hours for a specific pay period to the screen or to a printer in order to allow the employee to verify their time.
To: All Viewers Time Matrix allows companies to post company- wide, departmental, or employee-specific messages that appear as the employee(s) clock in or out. The messages appear identical to this one. Would you like to see a couple examples?
Touching Acknowledge deletes the message and returns the employee to their previous time transaction.
Clocking in and out are entered in the Time Clock The Time Clock looks up employees from payroll Upon clocking out a time entry is made in the logbook First, time is summarized …and then posted to payroll, eliminating time consuming data entry Time reports can be printed from the logbook Incorrect time can be edited in the logbook Let’s take a fresh look at the Navigator…
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