In most service companies where open ERP has been integrated, service sheets, or timesheets, have revolutionized management practices. These service sheets are produced by each employee as they work on the different cases or projects that are running. Each of these is represented by an analytic account in the system.
Do not confuse timesheets and attendance compliance
The timesheet system is not intended to be a disguised attendance form. There is no control over the service times and the employee is free to encode 8 or 9 hours or more of services each day if they want.
If you decide to put such a system into place, it is important to clarify this point with your staff. The objective here is not to control hours, because the employees decide for themselves what they will be entering – but to track the tasks running and the allocation of costs between them is the responsibility of the management.
goes to the attendances module,
The employee arrives at the company at 9'o clock. He opens the Seedor Attendances module and he click the check in button. Once he click the button it shows the Check in time and he can do all his work at the end of day he needs to check out So that he comes to the Attendances module then click the Checkout button.
Here, A text will be shown Face Recognition ON, This feature allows you to attendance you with your face.
Attendance Regularization is an option given to employees to raise a request and rectify their incorrect attendance entries. If the Employee wants to give the Attendance Regularization click the menu named Attendance Regularization button, then he need to click the Create button
Here all the details need to be filled to create a Attendance Request
Now let's consider the Attendance
Manager he needs to view all the attendance details in the single view for that
in our attendance module we have a menu called Manager
In the manager menu there are 4
sub menus are given, Attendances Once the manager clicks the menu he can
able to view the Attendance of all the employee
Employees By using the employee sub menu he can view the employee page with the dots,
Red dots shows absence and green shows the employee present for the particular
The Kiosk mode
can be accessed by clicking on the Kiosk Mode tab available in the Attendances
module. When you click on the Kiosk Mode button, you will direct into the
following new window to view two options: SCAN YOUR BADGE and IDENTIFY
MANUALLY. The SCAN YOUR BADGE is the option for scanning your badges.
When you click the Identify Manually it redirects you to the employee page and by clicking the employee it shows the Check in check out window.
In Seedor Attendance Module we
have a Biometric Manager menu
Here, we can configure a biometric device for finger print or iris scan.
For that go to Device
Configuration, Click the create button
And give all the machine details to configure the Device.
Under the Attendance Log we can see all the attendances through the Biometric devices
By using the Reporting menu
we can see all the Attendance details