You have the choice to display your timesheet in either weekly or full pay period mode.
The weekly mode is pretty self-explanitory: you see all your hours for seven days. Monday thru Friday, plus the weekend.
The pay period mode may need a little expanation. But really, it's also just as simple. Instead of just a week, you see every day in the payroll pay period. For example, some companies pay employees from the 1st to the 15th, and the 16th to the end of the month. In this example, you'd see all those days in your timesheet rather than just one week.
In addition to the pay period dates, you'll see the total hours you're scheduled to work. And you'll see the actual hours you've entered next to it. That lets you compare and adjust as needed.
Most people view timesheets by the week. Seven days. Usually Monday through Friday, plus the weekend.
But did you know that the Standard Time® timesheet can show an entire pay period?
Let’s say you have two pay periods per month. One is from the 1st of the month through the 15th, and the other is the 16th through the end of the month.
Would you like to see all the days in those pay periods, rather than just one week?
Now you can.
Create any pay period date ranges you like, and the timesheet will automatically use them.
Employees can switch between ‘weekly view’ and the full pay period.
They can also submit timesheets for pay periods.
Want to try pay periods in your timesheet? You can with ST.