This tab helps you adapt LionClock 2011 to your company's rules.
The overtime settings below use the overtime rate you specified when adding employees. To adjust the overtime rate of each employee, select the employee and go to Manage - Modify Employee Info menu.
If applicable, specify how many working hours your hourly employee has to accumulate during a 7-day period before being paid at overtime rate. The default value is after 40 hours per week.
Note: LionClock 2011 considers any period of 7 consecutive days as one week. It doesn't take into account the days of the week.
If applicable, specify how many working hours your hourly employee has to accumulate during a day before being paid at overtime rate. The default value is after 8 hours per day.
Note: Some US states such as California require you to pay both weekly and daily overtime. For more info, contact your local human resources department.
LionClock 2011 offers 3 rounding options: "No Rounding", "15-Min Rounding" and "30-Min Rounding". Please note that rounding options don't affect the way LionClock 2011 records time: LionClock 2011 uses the exact time for all the arrivals and departures. However, the rounding options allow you to change the way LionClock 2011 calculates time when you generate reports.
Let's say John Smith worked from 10:14 to 18:55
If you select "No Rounding" you'll always get the exact time. In this case: 8.68 (meaning 8 hours and 68/100)
If you choose "15-Min Rounding", LionClock 2011 will calculate the totals as if John clocked IN at 10:15 and clocked OUT at 19:00. The total time will be: 8.75 (meaning 8 hours and 75/100)
And finally, if you choose "30-Min Rounding", LionClock 2011 will calculate the totals as if John clocked IN at 10:00 and clocked OUT at 19:00. The total time will be: 9 hours
We recommend using the fairest method: "No Rounding".
Automatic break deduction
LionClock 2011 records IN and OUT entries as they occur. In other words, if John Smith would like to have his lunch, he has to clock OUT. Once he has finished eating, he clocks back IN and continues working. The employee will not be paid as long as he is OUT.
However, if you would like your employees to have a fixed amount of break or lunch time every day, you may activate automatic break deduction. This way, your employees won't have to clock OUT and back IN when they take a break or have a lunch. This option is particularly useful for employees who are often on the road and cannot have access to LionClock 2011 during that time.