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Attendance Alerts & Exempt Status

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Overview

If you have employees that do not need to clock in or do not need overtime calculated, you can disable attendance alerts and prevent overtime from being calculated for them.

Disabling alerts and marking an employee exempt

Go to the Employees section via the Gear icon. From there, select the employee that you want to edit these settings for then go to the Payroll/Wage tab.

By default, they are deselected. So every employee has to clock in for a shift and will be calculated with overtime.

Disabling Attendance Alerts

Enabling this setting allows the employee to edit their own time sheet so they do not need to clock in for a shift. Managers will also stop receiving attendance alerts about their employees’ clock in times.

Why would you use this?

If you have employees that are salaried or managers don’t need to track their clock in times, you will want to enable this setting.

Employee is Exempt

Enabling this setting will exempt an employee from being calculated for overtime pay.

Why would you use this?

If you have employees that do not get overtime pay, then you will want to enable this setting for that employee. An instance for this is if you have salaried employees.

Updated on April 13, 2017

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