Adding a work schedule

You can use the Work Schedule (alts_work_schedule) table todefine the work shift schedules to determine the start of the workday for each shift. The workday start time is the same as the reporting period start time.

  1. Select Manage > Corporate Data.
  2. Select Work Schedule in the Data Type field.
  3. Specify this information:
    The name for the work schedule.
    Reporting Period
    A reporting period for the work schedule.
    Min Hours Per Period
    The minimum number of working hours during the work schedule.
    Max Hours Per Period
    The maximum number of working hours during the work schedule.
    Apply Hours Crossing Calendar Day To
    The day to report the working hours. This is an optional field that is used for work shifts that are split across calendar dates. For example, an 8-hour shift that starts at 11:00 p.m. on a Saturday and ends on a Sunday. You can specify whether to apply the hours to Saturday or Sunday for timesheet reporting purposes.
    Scheduled Hours Per Day
    The number of working hours for each day of the reporting period. Work can begin on any day of the reporting period depending on the schedule. The first day of the scheduled working hours is based on the day of the week on which the schedule begins. For example, a schedule can be for Friday through Thursday. On such a schedule, Day 1 is Friday. Days 2 and 3 are the weekend and do not contain scheduled hours. If no hours are scheduled, you must specify 0.00 in the hours row.
    The status of the timesheet overtime calculation. The status can be Active or Inactive.
  4. Click the Membership tab, if required, and add the data groups. See, Adding or removing data groups from a corporate date type.
  5. Specify an external key, if required. See, Creating an external key.
  6. Click Add to save the data.