Important features of OfficeClip Timesheet include:
Users record time for a
service item. A service item can
Each user can also specify a
item. The payroll item determines if the time recorded is
regular work, overtime, or time-off. Regular items are the normal
hours worked by the employee. Overtime is usually specified as paid
by time multiplied by a factor (e.g., 1.5 or 2). Time-off is the
record of time not worked by the employee, whether paid or unpaid.
Examples of time-off are vacations and jury duty.
Completed timesheets need to be submitted for
approval to the supervisor or another designated
employee of the organization. You can set up the timesheet so that
it is submitted automatically to selected users, or you can allow
users to submit the timesheet manually. This feature is called
. Approval rules
are configured separately for each user.
Cost and billing rates can be
defined for each user and for each customer. The cost is the amount
payable to a user per hour, and the billing rate is the amount
billed to the customer per hour for the same work. These rates are
used in the generation of certain reports that help you calculate
your profitability. OfficeClip Timesheet can track multiple cost
and billing rates over a period of time. This usually happens when
the cost or billing rate changes frequently.
Timesheet rules can be defined to
ensure that the data entered by users is valid.
For users to be able to use OfficeClip timesheet, the service items, projects and customers need to be defined in the system.