In timr you have the Time Account for Working Time Tracking.
The Time Account manages you hours and vacation balances automatically.
In order to use the Time Account you do the following:
Configure Working Time Types: You can configure various working time types for your time tracking. Next to typical types of attendance time like office time you can also set up types of absence time like vacation, sick leave, etc.
Set up Automatic Breaks: In timr you can set up automatic breaks after a specified work period, and determine fixed breaks at certain times. This allows you to automatically acknowledge legal requirements, i.e. 30 minutes after every 6 hours of work.
Configure Work Schedule Models: For timr to automatically manage your hours balance you have to define a Work Schedule Model. You can easily compile various work schedule models with any number of target hours for any day of the week.
Generate holidays: You can generate a country specific holiday calendar which timr will take into consideration when managing your hours and vacation balance.
Initialize Time Account for Employees: For timr to automatically manage the hours and vacation balance the Time Account has to be initialized for every employee. For this you assign each employee a Work Schedule Model.
You will find manuals and further information on how to configure the features and on how to work with the Time Account in our documentation forum Time Account.
This documentation shows you how to track your working time in timr.