What are Timesheet Periods in Gen2?

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Information about the Timesheet periods on Employee type, System and Department.

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Hi Vizona,

Thank you for using Replicon Community.

Timesheet periods are date ranges that specify how frequently timesheets are submitted. You must add timesheet periods so that users can enter time in their timesheets and submit it at the required time. No timesheets can be created until a timesheet period is defined. Timesheet periods should be parallel with either your organization’s pay periods or your billing cycle.

To create timesheet periods:

  • Log into Replicon with administrative rights.
  • Select the Administration icon from the top menu bar.
  • On the left side pane, under TimeSheet setup, click on Timesheet Periods. The Timesheet Period screen appears.
  • There are 3 types of timesheet period that you can create SystemEmployee Type and Department. You can setup these timesheet periods based on your requirement.
  • Click on Save
To assign timesheet periods to the employees:

  • Select the Administration icon from the top menu bar.
  • On the left side pane, under Shortcuts click on Users. The List Users screen appears.
  • Click on Edit button beside the respective user that needs to edited.
  • Click on Advanced tab in the Edit User screen.
  • In the Advanced tab, under the General category select the drop down next to Timesheet Period Type
  • Select the timesheet period type from Timesheet Period created.
  • Click Save.
Note:
Employee Type and Department timesheet periods are unique to the employee type or the department. You can set up different timesheet periods for different employee types or department.


Let us know if this helps.

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(Originally posted by Lingaraj Dharwad)