There are different types of work schedules in Sprout HR which vary based on the type of schedule required for your job.
Here are the steps on how to check work schedule in Sprout HR:
- Hover the arrow on the upper right side of the screen where you can find your account name.
- Click on My profile.
- Click on My work schedule, your work schedule will now be displayed on the screen.
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- Normal Shift
- The most typical type of work schedule wherein an employee renders 9 hours of work and logs in and out on based on the scheduled shift of the day.Example for normal shift schedules are 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, 9:00 AM-6:00 PM &10:00 AM-7:00 PM.
Note: For normal shifts, the number of hours must not exceed 24 hours or be lower than 2 hours.
- Flexible Time per Day
- This type of schedule generally consists of the same number of (9) hours in a day. The difference is that the details you need to input in "shift core from" is the latest time you can clock in the office and "shift core to" refers to the earliest time you can clock out from the office. Core hours refers to the fixed block of time which an employee is expected to be at work.
Note: For flexible per day, the number of hours must not exceed above 24 hours or lower than 1 hour.
- Flexible Time per Week
- This schedule is almost the same with flexible time per day, the only difference is that this schedule has no facility for overtime. It computes the overall time per week and will only reflect undertime at the end of the week (specifically on a Saturday) if there are any.
- Employees using Flexible Time per Week will not appear in the Resolution Center.
Note: For flexible per week, the number of hours must not exceed 168 hours or be lower than 45 hours.
- This type of work schedule means that an employee is free from the obligation of logging in and out for work at a specific time of the day. The system wouldn’t mind the missing logs of the employee. A schedule like this usually applies for CEO’s, Director & President of a certain company.
- Employees using Exempted wouldn't appear in the Resolution Center
Note: For exempted type of schedule, they should indicate a number of hours to work.
Now you understand the functions of the different schedule types. You can now confidently set a schedule type that fit employees. For questions and suggestions, feel free to send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.