The 'Attendance statistics' report, gives a summarized view about the Number of scheduled shifts an employee had for a given time line vs. the Number of shifts an employee clocked in for.

This reports categorizes and places the data into the following columns:

  • Employee.
  • Number of Shifts an employee was schedules on.
  • Number of hours that employee worked for a particular time period.
  • Number of shifts for which the employee was late.
  • Number of shifts for which the employee did not show up .

In 'Case No 1' listed in the screenshot above you will notice that the employee 'Aiden James' was scheduled on 4 shifts for 21st of July 2015. Out of which he clocked in for '0' hours, and he was late for No shift because he was absent for all those 4 shifts he was scheduled on.

On the contrary, in 'Case number 2' listed in the screenshot above. The employee 'Steven Frank' was scheduled on '2' shifts for 21st of July 2015. Out of which he clocked in for 11 hours, and he was late for No shift but did not show up for 1 shift, which made him appear as Absent for 1 shift.

You can use the available filters from the top bar and sort the report by (Date & Employees).

You can also export the report in (CSV/PDF/Excel) format by clicking the 'Arrow button' located adjacent to the Print button.

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