This video shows the status of a weekly worklog before the payroll cut off time.
Navigation: Log in > select Worklog from the menu column > select venue/department.
As described in the previous entries on the worklog, the worklog is where we reconcile the plan (which we captured in the rota) with what actually happened on the day (log lateness, overtime, sickness, and replacement shifts). Once that has been done, the entire worklog needs to be confirmed. This needs to happen on every daily worklog.
Before the payroll cut off we need to assure that all worklogs have the status Confirmed.
Note, that the frequency for pay roll cut off dates may vary between companies. Typical payroll cut off intervals are: Monthly (salaried staff), bi-weekly or weekly (casual workers).
If you are unsure what your company's payroll cut off is, contact your HR or Payroll department to find out.
Before the pay roll cut off is reached all daily worklogs need to be in the status Confirmed:
Confirmed is the only status of the worklog that will feed data to HR and Payroll.