Attendance policies introduction

Modified on Wed, 29 Nov 2023 at 04:52 PM

Introducing Attendance Policies will bring more flexibility into your configuration of attendance settings for different groups of employees. Furthermore Attendance Policies will be the place to go for attendance related configuration on the following areas:

  • Time tracking methods
  • Location tracking
  • Permissions
  • Break rules
  • Shift rules


To create or edit your companies attendance policies go to Attendance > Settings > Attendance Policies


 

From here you can:

  • Create a new attendance policy
  • Edit/delete existing ones
  • Manage employees


Note: We created a default policy for your company which can not be deleted. This way we ensure that every employee is assigned to a policy. You can change the configuration of this default policy to better fit your company. 

 

Let’s jump into the process of creating a new Attendance policy:


Click on (+) ADD NEW POLICY to start creating a new policy. 


Enter a unique name and a description for your policy. Click NEXT to continue.



Choose the time tracking methods you want your employees who you are going to assign to the policy  to use inside of Kenjo. Simply toggle on the methods you want.



To learn more about the methods, we recommend to read the following article. Click NEXT to continue.


In the next step you can activate the location tracking. Read more about it here. Please note that you can only use location tracking if you have enabled Time sheet management or Punch clock.



Click on CREATE POLICY. Next, you can either:

  • Assign employees or
  • Add advanced settings as e.g. break rules (you can always assign employees later)



Advanced Settings


Below you will find links articles about each of the sections under the Policy Settings::


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