EasyClocking’s Time $& Attendance Software Release Notes 2.2 (Monday, August 18, 2014)

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Below you will find EasyClocking’s time and attendance software release notes for release 2.2. Our company is constantly looking to make improvements to our Time and Attendance suite if you have any additional comments or concerns please feel free to reach out to us directly by phone or by comment!

Known Issues Fixed
Who’s In Dashboard Error
A bug was introduced in the previous release (Release 2.1), which gave an error in Who’s In dashboard when using the export option. This release fixes it.
General
Edit Time Card in Employee Portal
With this new setting, an employee can edit his/her own time card to add, edit, delete punches, and approve out of shift . This is a setting per employee in conjunction with the permission to use the employee portal.
Cross Date Shift Auto Cut-off at End of Pay Period
With this release, if the client chooses (by a setting) to cut-off cross date shift employees at the end of pay period, the system will automatically enter a punch-out and a punch-in at the end of pay period, thereby allocating the worked hours to the corresponding pay periods.
Weekly Overtime Calculation for Cross Date Shift Employees
With this release, with a setting (Pay Class-> Over Time -> Cut shift at the end of the week), weekly overtime can be calculated for cross date shift employees by cutting off the shift at the end of the week. Before this release, the whole shift was used for weekly overtime calculation. Now both options are available.
Deduct and Pay Lunch Minimum Hours Setting
With this release, the minimum hours setting has no lower limit. Before the release the lowest limit possible was 15 minutes.
Reports
Time Card Report Employee Approved Icon
The report now also shows an icon for employee approval. Earlier the report only had a manager approval icon.

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