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Keep timekeeping accurate with new editing functionality

28 May 2021

Would you like an easy way to adjust what times have been clocked on and off? The latest simPRO update starts rolling into builds from Monday May 30th and provides office staff the ability to do just that by adjusting the clock-on and clock-off times for all members of the team.

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Edit the hours worked

Sometimes errors are made, especially by staff busy out in the field. Long days and unexpected problems in the day can lead to inaccurate clocking on and off via simPRO Mobile, which means data in simPRO may not reflect the actual hours worked by staff. Following the latest update, selected staff in the office can now easily edit the clock on and off times of other employees. It's as simple as viewing the hours, and adjusting the times!

Ensure start and finish times remain accurate

Having the ability to edit these, means that your data in simPRO is even more accurate, allowing you to ensure your labour reporting is aligned with the hours each staff member is truly working. It’s important to note that these adjustments cannot be made for future scheduled times, or past times that are already locked and ready for payroll to process.

Edits completed? Print any timesheet off and trust that the data is 100% with what was worked in reality.

This feature has been developed based on customer feedback. Do you have an idea for a new feature or improvement? Let us know on the Ideas Portal!

What else is new in simPRO?

With every release, there are slight improvements in addition to the main features we’ve included above. You can read the outline of all the enhancements made in the dedicated release notes for 21.2.5 in our Help Guide. This will be available from Saturday, 29th May AEST.

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