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How to use the e-clock

When you login to the app it opens in self serve on the holiday request page. To e-clock in or out there is no need to scroll through the menus. Just select the e-clock icon on the top bar. This will automatically open the e-clock application.

Click on to the e-clock icon (see 1 on the screenshot below) in the top menu bar. This will open the the e-clock application.

To sign in, sign out or to start or finish a a break, click on the “Status” drop down menu, (see 2 on the screenshot below)  this will give you the following options:

  • To sign in,
  • Start a break
  • End a break, or
  • Sign out

To sign in or out or to  start or finish a break click the appropriate section on the list and click save.

When a user is signed in their record in the employee list is set to green, when a user goes on a break their record in the employee list is set to amber, when they return from the break it is set to green again, when they sign out it goes back to nuetral.

When you open the e-clock, there is a  Notes box (see 1 on the screenshot below) You can if you wish add notes to your  e-clock entry. To do this just type your notes in the box an press save.

You need only save an e-clocking once. That is if you select , say, sign in, you can then create a note and both the e-clocking action and the note will be saved when you click save.   

The e-clock can be used for attendance recording and time keeping. As well as reports, you can view you last months attendance (see 4 on the screenshot below)

The system assumes that if you clock in, you will clock out again during that working day. If you clock in but fail to clock out the system will show that you have clocked in on a particular time and date , but it will not keep any record of the hours that you have worked. If an Admin attempts to run a report it will show an error.

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