Sometimes things happen and an employee may forget shift clocking on and off in the kiosk. This guide will show you what you can do in the event that this happens.

Approve Timesheets Action

  1. Navigate to Timesheets => Approve Timesheets.
  2. Select the time period of timesheets that you would like to view.

Note: Employees with unapproved time sheets will be highlighted in yellow.

Selecting An Employee

  1. In the left pane, select an employee with 'Unsubmitted' time sheets.
  2. All their time sheets will be displayed in the right pane.

TImesheets: Select Employee Action

Note: Time sheets with the 'Progress' state of 'Unsubmitted' are the result of an employee forgetting to 'start or end their shift.

Resolving The 'Unsubmitted' Timesheet

When resolving this issue you have four options based on employees shift details.

Fill The Timesheet With Roster Details

  1. Select the time sheet you wish to resolve.
  2. Click the 'Import rostered details' button.Timesheets: Fill timesheet with roster details
  3. The 'Area Worked', 'Start/Finish' times and 'Meal Break' will be pulled from the roster. You can then approve the timesheet as usual.

Manually Fill In The Timesheet

  1. Select the time sheet you wish to resolve.
  2. Fill in the 'Area Worked', 'Start/Finish' times and 'Meal Break' fields with the area and times that the employee worked.
  3. Approve the time sheet as normal.

Discard The Timesheet

In the event that the employee did not work the shift you may want to discard the time sheet. To do this:

  1. Select the time sheet you wish to resolve.
  2. Click the 'Discard Time Sheet' button.Timesheets: Discard Timesheet
  3. The time sheet 'Status' will now show discarded.

Assign as a Leave Timesheet

In the event that the employee did not work and you would like to keep a record. e.g. Leave or no show, follow these steps:

  1. Select the timesheet you wish to resolve.
  2. Click the 'Import Rostered Details' button.
  3. Click the down arrow in area worked and assign the leave type.
  4. Approve as normal.
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