Employee attendance record templates are a simple and effective way to get things done if you do not have the time or the ability to keep your records yourself. However, before you begin a template for your records, there are a few important points that you need to consider. By following these points, you will ensure that your records get done right and you do not spend a lot of time compiling them.
It is important to make sure that you have a properly formatted attendance record. Excel does not like complicated formatting. If you get the format wrong, your record will not look good and will likely not be effective. If it looks even worse, you will need to take it down and start again from scratch.
When you have completed the format, set the blank dates. This is very important, since you want the date of your actual record to match the date on your calendar. This can be done by simply making a copy of your template and setting the date off of that, but you can also choose to use the Microsoft Date function to accomplish this.
When you have filled in the dates, it is time to begin filling in the employee attendance. You should have already started the Formatting process with the blank dates. The next step is to include all of the required information about each employee. Each entry will include the employee's name, first and last name, work address, the date of the employee's last shift, the employee's shifts missed, the employee's name and title, the employee's actual shift, the employee's shift number, and more.
It is very important to have the employee attendance data ready before you begin the Recording process. If you do not, you will be forced to use the Record Wizard, which will only fill in the basic information you asked for. Once you know all of the basic data for each employee, you can go through the Wizard and make your selections. The employee record will only be complete when all of the records are filled out.
After you have the employee attendance, you will need to use the Online calculator. The Online Calculator will allow you to enter the information, so that you can use the formulas to get the correct data. You can also use the Online Calculator to calculate how many days each employee has worked and how many hours they have been working at each shift.
With the employee attendance, you will need to check the boxes to indicate the employee's shift. These boxes should be checked on each employee's record. While you are checking the boxes, it is important to double check that you do not have any missing data.
The next step is to use the Employee Types option to select the type of employee you are searching for. You will need to keep in mind that employee types vary. Some types of employees will be classified differently than others. In general, there are four employee types that you can choose from.
The first employee type is the regular employee. Employees are classified into this employee type because they are scheduled on a regular basis. There are very few exceptions to this rule, and the employees will not be part of the basic employee classifications.
The second employee type is the part_time employee. Part_time employees are scheduled on an irregular basis, usually at the discretion of the manager. Again, the employees will not be classified as part of the regular employee classifications.
The third employee classification is the contract employee. These employees are scheduled for specific shifts and they are not held accountable for their time. Some managers will not hold them accountable for any employee overtime. Contract employees are usually held accountable for their hours when they are scheduled for shifts that cannot be filled.
Employee attendance is not something that should be left to chance. If you select the employee attendance process right, you will save yourself time and money.