Booking Process Overview
The second a booking request is taken, the appropriate time sheet is processed. These time sheets contain the times an employee is expected to work, and if the employee works these hours, a box is ticked and the payment made. However if these times vary they can be easily updated before the time sheet is processed and the payment made.
Printing Time Sheet
Time sheets can be printed in batches or individually. The software also makes use of an optional web module where time sheet information can be viewed online and the time sheets can be printed. There is also the option for the time sheets to be edited or updated by a manager, when the need arises.
Processing the Appropriate Time Sheet
Time sheets can be processed in various ways, a single shift can be processed, or multiple shifts on the same time sheet could also be processed. This processing can be done by carrying out a name search <ctrl + N> or pressing the search name button and then selecting time sheet view and selecting the shifts you wish to process. The shifts can also be filtered across any date range, and event location.
If a single shift is selected and processed, further shifts for the same employee can be processed later on very easily.
Shifts can be selected to be processed either individually, in a block or all outstanding shifts ticked.
Once the employee is selected there are preset filters in place to identify the shifts which are not worked, not on hold and not checked, or those shifts which are simply on hold. There are several reasons as to why a shift could be placed on hold, ranging from missing information to a dispute with a client.
Where self-booking is used, new shifts can be very easily added to the time sheet window; the software can then automatically calculate the amount of shifts ticked and selected.
The software also has the ability to attach an image of a (signed) time sheet to the appropriate invoice, saving paper, time and money.