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Project Tracking Module

Track project time efficiently, streamline your project tracking with our intuitive module designed to enhance productivity and accuracy.

Real-Time Tracking

Department Position Hours Report

Time and Projects Worked by Employee

Customizable Options

Hours by Business Query Report

Time, Projects and Punches Worked by Employee Report

Detailed Reporting

Docket Quantity Report

Hours and Quantity by Employee, Docket and Activity Report

Project Tracking Module Optimize Your Workforce Management

The project tracking module allows employees to log their time against specific projects, equipment, and actions. This feature ensures precise time management and accountability. Customize terms like ‘Equipment’ to better suit your business needs, making the module adaptable and versatile.

1. Start Your Shift

Employees must clock in to begin recording their hours. This initiates the tracking process.

2. Enter Credentials

Input your code and password, then press the ‘Record Hours’ button to proceed.

3. Select Project and Equipment

Choose from the list of projects. If applicable, select the equipment and actions to be recorded. Click ‘Start’ to begin tracking.

Comprehensive Reporting Unlock the Power of Data

The project tracking module offers a suite of comprehensive reports that empower managers to make informed decisions. Employees can access these reports through the REPORTS section, providing insights into project hours, equipment usage, and action-specific data. These reports are designed to help you optimize productivity and resource allocation.

To access the reports, employees need to log in to their accounts and navigate to the REPORTS section. Here, they can filter data by project, equipment, or action, and generate detailed reports that can be exported for further analysis. This functionality ensures that all stakeholders have the information they need to drive efficiency and achieve project goals.

Streamlined Reporting Process

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why track employee banked hours?

Tracking employee banked hours is important for several reasons:

Compliance with Labor Laws: It ensures compliance with labor laws regarding overtime and compensatory time off.
Accurate Compensation: Helps in accurately compensating employees for overtime work, either through additional pay or compensatory leave.
Resource Management: Aids in effective workforce planning and resource management by monitoring the accumulation and use of extra work hours.
Transparency and Fairness: Provides transparency and fairness in managing extra hours worked by employees.
Financial Planning: Assists in financial planning by providing clear records of owed time or additional compensation.

What is meant by asset tracking?

Asset tracking refers to the method of tracking physical assets, either by scanning barcode labels attached to the assets or by using tags that broadcast their location. It is used to:

  1. Keep Track of Physical Assets: Knowing where assets are located and how they are being used.
  2. Prevent Loss or Theft: Reducing the risk of losing assets or preventing theft.
  3. Manage Inventory: Keeping track of asset quantities, thus aiding in inventory management.
  4. Maintenance Scheduling: Ensuring timely maintenance and reducing downtime.
  5. Optimize Asset Usage: Enhancing efficiency by ensuring assets are used effectively and not lying idle.
How do you calculate banked hours?

Calculating banked hours typically involves the following steps:

  1. Determine Overtime Hours: Identify the hours an employee has worked beyond their regular work hours, as defined by the company policy or labor laws.
  2. Apply Company Policy: Follow the company’s specific policy on banking hours. Some companies may allow a 1:1 conversion (one hour of overtime equals one banked hour), while others might use a different rate.
  3. Record and Accumulate: Keep a record of these extra hours and accumulate them in the employee’s ‘banked hours’ account.
  4. Monitor and Use: Employees can then use these banked hours for taking time off in the future, as per company policies and agreements.

The exact method can vary depending on local labor laws and the specific policies of the organization.

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