There are seven conditions for penalties:

  • Late arrival

  • Early departure

  • Employee is absent

  • Absence on a specific time (coming soon)

  • Absence on specific day(s) (coming soon)

  • Absence on specific shift(s)

  • Unscheduled work

Late arrival

Use this condition to penalise employees when they arrive late to their shift according to a set time range.

Early departure

Use this condition to penalise employees when they depart early from their shift according to a set time range.

Employee is absent

Use this condition to penalise employees who are absent from all or parts of a shift according to a set time range.

Absence on specific shifts

Use this condition to penalise employees who are absent from specific shifts.

A note about Slicing and Time Range methods for lateness, early departure, and absent penalties

Slicing is the default condition configuration for these penalties where the total length of absence, lateness, or early departure can apply to multiple penalties. #

For example, if you have two penalties whose conditions are set for lateness, and the timings are 1-15 minutes, and 16-30 minutes, an employee who is 35 minutes late will receive the consequences (or the Rules) of both penalties as an accumulation.

Range is the new method introduced where only one penalty will be applied according to the specific time range of the attendance exception.

Using the same example above, if the employee is late by 25 minutes, only the 16-30-minute lateness penalty will apply. If the employee is late by 35 minutes, no penalty will apply.

Unscheduled work

Use this condition to penalise employees who work an unscheduled attendance. Learn more about unscheduled attendance conditions here.

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