Linking OEF from Schedule to Widget Timesheet

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  • Updated 2 years ago
  • Not Planned
Replicon payrules have been modified for us so that we pay based on schedule times rather than punch times. We have the widget timesheet set up so that the schedule shows in the timesheet, which allows employees to confirm schedule and correct start and finish times when submitting their timesheets. Currently, it shows the shift name (including break time) and start/finish time (which may be modified if the person works different hours than their original shift).

We recently received delivery on a new CR to add an OEF to the schedule function that will allow managers to also adjust break times in the event that they are different than indicated in the shift. The problem is that this OEF is not set up to feed to the widget timesheet, so the user (and approvers) will not know if the break time has been adjusted unless they check the Schedule tab each time. This is inconvenient and impractical, and increases the risk of mistakes. We would like the OEF data (if adjusted only of course) to feed into the timesheet so that all confirmation can be checked there. 

Thank you for your prompt action on this matter!
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Cory McGowan

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Posted 3 years ago

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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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Hi Cory,

Thank you for using Replicon Community!

I am taking this up as an Idea and will confirm with my product management team if that is something they have planned already.

Thanks,
Aashnee
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Cory McGowan

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Thank you, we hope to hear from you soon!
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Charlene Eriksen, Product Manager

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Hi Cory,

This is not something we currently have planned due to other priorities, but we'll re-evaluate this on a regular basis. I've also looped in the Product Manager for scheduling as I think the better long-term solution is to allow managers to override the breaks.

Thanks,
Charlene