As an admin, you can set up Authorisation rules for Timesheets and assignments. You can do this in our Authorisation Workflow feature. Click here to learn more.
--Create Projects and Define Access--
To access Timesheet assignment settings:
Click the 'Settings' tab
You can define access rules for each Project, meaning an employee cannot log their overtime with a project that does not relate to them. For example, you may set it as the following:
Task: Saturday Overtime
Detail: Time and half
When setting up the Project, you can limit the access to this option by using the Company/Location/Department/Employment Type/Job role filters. Alternatively, you can specify certain employees to use this project, or to exclude from this.
Once this has been added, you can create a Task to link to this Project and a Detail to link to the Task. Using the example above, only the employee’s using the ‘Overtime’ Project will be able to use the 'Saturday Overtime' task. Following on, this is the same for selecting a Detail, specifying which Task this relates to.
--Can Timesheets/Assignments be added via the mobile--
Timesheets can be added on the mobile via tap in tap out - instead of an employee logging a manual timesheet they can clock in and out through an extra feature on the mobile app. To learn more, please see: http://help.peoplehr.com/absence-and-attendance/timesheets-tapintapout-beacons-and-qr-scanner
Assignment Projects on the mobile app are called Timesheets. Admins have the option to turn on/off the ability for users to add these on the mobile app. You can find this setting by:
Clicking the 'Settings' tab
Clicking the 'Mobile' tab
Locate the button next to TimeSheet ON/OFF
Please note: If it says TURN ON, it is giving you the option to turn on, meaning it is currently turned off.
Customer Services Team.
Adding a Timesheet: http://help.peoplehr.com/core-hr/timesheets-withwithout-virtual-clock
Adding an Assignment Project: http://help.peoplehr.com/absence-and-attendance/assignment-projects