Employee access control points (ACPs) allow organizations to provide access to specific Timekeeping features for identified groups of individuals, such as allowing hourly employees to time stamp and to perform transfers.
Provides an overiew of the tasks and responsibilities in timekeeping.
Employees can submit requests to not work specific days. You can control what types of time they can request (vacation, sick, and so on), how they submit these requests (mobile, clock, and so on), and who needs to approve the requests (no one, direct managers, and so on). An example of a time-off request may be a vacation request submitted by an employee from their phone, which would trigger an alert to their direct manager for approval.
An accrual limit, also known as an earning limit, is a restriction on the amount of earned time or money an employee can accumulate during a specific timeframe or have stored at any time. An example of an accrual limit may be 80 earned vacation hours each year.
An accrual request limit, also known as a taking limit, is a specified maximum amount that an employee can take from an accrual balance within a timeframe. An example of an accrual request limit may be that an organization’s policy states an employee cannot take more than 40 hours of vacation for one request.
An accrual policy defines how and when balances associated with accrual codes are credited and debited. An accrual policy may also contain the method and restrictions for employee takings, as well as preset amounts and defined intervals for adjusting accrual balances. An example of an accrual policy may be a Vacation policy.
An accrual profile is a collection of accrual policies that determine an employee’s accrual balances. Accrual profiles let you assign one or more accrual policies to employees. An example of an accrual profile may be a Full Time profile that would be assigned to employees who meet the full-time definition of worked hours in the organization.
A disbursement type, also known as a grant type, is an award of either days, hours, or money based on an employees’ years of service. Grants can be fixed or earned. Fixed grants credit balances in preset amounts in predefined intervals. Earned grants create accrual awards based on earning pay codes.
An accrual type is a benefit, granted as time off or as a money amount, with a balance that must be tracked for individual employees according to your organizational policies. An example of an accrual type and balance may be a type of paid time off with a balance of 120 hours.