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You know the drill… Employees inevitably forget to clock in/out thereby leaving managers with the rewarding task of adjusting timesheet entries before they can be approved. Previously, the process of fixing timesheets could not be done in Clock Me In. Our latest release however now makes this possible for managers and alleviates the back and forth between KeyPay and Clock Me In.

Let me take you down memory lane. Our last major feature release for Clock Me In included the ability for managers to:

  • clock in/out on behalf of employees; and
  • create timesheets on behalf of employees based on their rostered shifts.

We’ve ramped it up a few notches with this current release and further enhanced the above functionalities. Specifically, managers (ie Clock Me In admin users), when logged in to admin mode, will be able to:

  • clock in/out on behalf of employees using a specified start/finish time; and
  • create timesheets on behalf of employees using a specified start/finish time; and
  • edit submitted timesheets.

Clocking in/out on behalf of employees

There are several scenarios here where this feature is ridiculously beneficial! Consider this: employees are able to (a) clock in when starting their shift, (b) clock out when commencing their break, (c) clock back in when finishing their break and (d) clock out when finishing their shift. That gives the employee four opportunities (even more if they take multiple breaks) in one shift to forget to perform a clocking event.

Managers can now easily rectify these mishaps directly through Clock Me In by undertaking a clocking event on behalf of the employee and entering a specific time (as opposed to using the time the clocking actually took place).

Let’s say an employee started work and forgot to clock in. When in “Admin” mode, the manager can clock in on behalf of the employee and choose the following new option, “Clock In using Specified Time”:

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in     by Administrator 26-11-2018
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You know the drill… Employees inevitably forget to clock in/out thereby leaving managers with the rewarding task of adjusting timesheet entries before they can be approved. Previously, the process of fixing timesheets could not be done in Clock Me In. Our latest release however now makes this possible for managers and alleviates the back and forth between KeyPay and Clock Me In.

Let me take you down memory lane. Our last major feature release for Clock Me In included the ability for managers to:

  • clock in/out on behalf of employees; and
  • create timesheets on behalf of employees based on their rostered shifts.

We’ve ramped it up a few notches with this current release and further enhanced the above functionalities. Specifically, managers (ie Clock Me In admin users), when logged in to admin mode, will be able to:

  • clock in/out on behalf of employees using a specified start/finish time; and
  • create timesheets on behalf of employees using a specified start/finish time; and
  • edit submitted timesheets.

Clocking in/out on behalf of employees

There are several scenarios here where this feature is ridiculously beneficial! Consider this: employees are able to (a) clock in when starting their shift, (b) clock out when commencing their break, (c) clock back in when finishing their break and (d) clock out when finishing their shift. That gives the employee four opportunities (even more if they take multiple breaks) in one shift to forget to perform a clocking event.

Managers can now easily rectify these mishaps directly through Clock Me In by undertaking a clocking event on behalf of the employee and entering a specific time (as opposed to using the time the clocking actually took place).

Let’s say an employee started work and forgot to clock in. When in “Admin” mode, the manager can clock in on behalf of the employee and choose the following new option, “Clock In using Specified Time”:

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