Setting Up Ingress Flexi Schedule with 1 Pair Clocking Setup

Thursday, January 29, 2015 FingerTec 0 Comments

In some cases, the management can set up Flexi schedule to capture 1 -pair of record (in and out only) under Ingress software, so the system only captures the first in and last out. However what happens if the employee wrongfully or mistakenly reports their attendance more than twice? Let us see the result below.


Setting up Flexi schedule with 1 number of in-out clocking pair.

 On 12th of January 2015, the employee’s report attendance is as below:

9:00am | 12:00pm

The result is that the clocking will fall into the “In” and “Out” slot. The software will calculate total work hours as 3 hours (from 9:00am to 12:00pm).

 
On 13th of January 2015, he reports his attendance 3 times within one day:

9:00am | 12:00pm | 2:00pm

The third clocking will fall into the “OT” slot. However the software will still calculate work time as 3 hours (from 9:00am to 12:00pm), ignoring the previous 2:00pm record.

 
On 14th January 2015, the same employee reports his attendance 4 times within one day:

9:00am | 10:00am | 11:00am | 12:00pm

And now the software captures 1 hour of work time (from 9:00am to 10:00pm) and 1 hour as OT (from 11:00am to 12:00pm).

 
On 15th of January 2015, the same user clocks in 5 times within one day:

9:00am | 10:00am | 11:00am | 12:00pm | 2:00pm

Software does not capture the 2:00pm timeslot into the Done column, but instead it keeps the 12:00pm timeslot as the Done record. Software still captures 1 hour of work time (from 9:00am to 10:00pm) and 1 hour as OT (from 11:00am to 12:00pm).

 You can check the result of the above test in the image below.
 
 
The software captures the “next 2 records” as overtime if you set it to 1-pair clocking under Flexi Schedule. Thus it is important to advise your customer so they can set the software accordingly. It is also recommended that the administrator should advise the employees so they follow the rules to avoid any incorrect attendance vertification.

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