Configuring the Five Lunch Time Scenarios in Ingress & TCMS V3

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 FingerTec 2 Comments


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Introduction
FingerTec Ingress & TCMS V3 allow users to manage their attendance records even better. One such method is being able to set the remaining time of their lunch break to either work time or overtime. This allows employees to resume their job earlier after lunch break and claim whatever remaining time they have.

Benefit
By having this options, it provides flexibility to the organization to manage the employee's attendance as every organization has different lunch configuration. This is because some companies offer a paid-lunch system where the company will pay for the remaining lunch time of each worker.  There are five lunch time scenarios in Ingress & TCMS V3 that can be configured to suit the user’s preference.

This guide will take you through the scenarios and steps that are required to configure them.

Scenario 1 – Fixed Lunch Time

Step 1
Create the clocking schedule.
Example: IN – 0900 / BREAK – 1300 / RESUME – 1400 / OUT – 1800
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Step 2
Go to the Clocking Time tab and tick on the option Exclude break time from working hour
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Step 3
Generate the attendance sheet to apply the new setting.
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Scenario 2 – Flexible Lunch Time

Step 1
Create the clocking schedule.
Example: IN – 0900 / BREAK – 1100 / RESUME – 1600 / OUT – 1800
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Step 2
Go to the Clocking Time tab and configure on the following options:
1. Tick on the option Exclude break time from working hour.
2. Flexible break time in minutes - 60.
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Step 3
Generate the attendance sheet to apply the new setting.
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Scenario 3 – Remaining Lunch Time to become Work Time

Step 1
Create the clocking schedule.
Example: IN – 0900 / BREAK – 1300 / RESUME – 1400 / OUT – 1800
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Step 2
Go to the Clocking Time tab and Break tab and tick on the following options:
1. Exclude break time from working hour.
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2. Do you want to apply Auto Add Break Rule when you include lunch/dinner time?
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Step 3
Generate the attendance sheet to apply the new setting.
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Scenario 4 – Remaining Lunch Time to become Overtime

Step 1
Create the clocking schedule.
Example: IN – 0900 / BREAK – 1300 / RESUME – 1400 / OUT – 1800
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Step 2
Go to the Clocking Time tab and Break tab and tick on the following options:
1. Exclude break time from working hour.
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2. Do you want to apply Auto Add Break Rule when you include lunch/dinner break?

3. Do you want to include lunch/dinner time into overtime hour?
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Step 3
Generate the attendance sheet to apply the new setting.
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Scenario 5 – Deducting extra Lunch Time from your working hour

Step 1
Create the clocking schedule.
Example: IN – 0900 / BREAK – 1300 / RESUME – 1400 / OUT – 1800
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Step 2
Go to the Clocking Time tab and Break tab and tick on the following options:
1. Exclude break time from working hour.
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2. Do you want to deduct extra lunch/dinner time from working hour?
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Step 3
Generate the attendance sheet to apply the new setting.
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2 comments:

  1. 1. Do i need to select break and resume at device for break?
    - i am using TA500 and at device i not able o find break & resume option
    - only Check In, Check Out, OT in, Ot out

    2. How to configure for break hour at this moment system not capture break time.
    Please Help!

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    Replies
    1. Hi iTDoctor,

      Good day to you.

      For break and resume time to appear on the attendance sheet, you need to configure timing for break and resume in the schedule settings.

      Kindly send some screenshot and your database to support@fingertec.com , so we can assist you better.

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