Staff Working Days & Days Off report overview

This report explores all staff hours including hours worked and time off in a given time period.

 Where to find this Report

This report can be found under Manager > Reports > Additional Reports > Staff

The Staff Working Days & Days Off report shows the number of hours that each staff member has worked along with the number of days off each staff member has had during a specified period of time.

Without Hours Ticked:

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With Hours Ticked:

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Average Hours:

The first column Avg Hours is the average hours per day that a staff member is set to work.
You can set a staff member's average hours in the Staff Members section under the Advanced tab. For more info on how to set this, click here. The Last column Total is the total amount of days off during the selected period.

Working:

The second column is the number of hours that each staff member has worked in that period of time. Unpaid breaks are deducted from the hours worked. 

If the option Display In Hours is unticked the report will show the hours worked in decimal form. This is calculated by dividing the hours worked by the total branch hours in that period of time. 

If the option Display In Hours is ticked the report will show the hours worked as normal. 

Note: When display In Hours is ticked the minutes are shown as a fraction of an hour. For example, if a staff member works 40 minutes of an hour this is shown as .67 of an hour - e.g. 4 hours and 40 minutes = 4.67

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Days Off: (Holidays/Sick Day/Training/ Custom)

All days set to Days Off in the Staff Roster (Which includes Holidays/Sick Day/Training and Custom) will be shown in the next columns of the report.  Here you can see there is a custom day called Time Owed. 

Total:

The Last column is the total amount of days off during the selected period.

Note: This report will only generate when a staff member has a Standard Hours Worked Per Day set in the Staff Member Section.  For more info on how to set this, click here.  

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