Manager Use of the Time Clock

One or more persons in your organization should be selected to manage the Time Clock in your database. We have broken this process into 4 steps.

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Manage the Time Clock - An Overview
One or more persons in your organization should be selected to work with the Time Clock in your Jackrabbit Database. Working with the Time Clock  within your database may include any or all of the following: View Time Entries Review Time ...
Manage the Time Clock Step 1 - Review Time Entries
If a Jackrabbit user has appropriate permissions , all time entries are viewable, for each staff member, under their Time Card tab.  Time entries that have been approved are highlighted in yellow. Hours that have been split are highlighted ...
Manage the Time Clock Step 2 - Approve/Unapprove Time
In order to complete a pay period, it is necessary for all time to be approved. Time can be approved as soon as the time entry is created. If you have assigned Managers to Departments, you may decide to have the Managers approve time. They can c...
Manage the Time Clock Step 3 - Close Pay Periods
After all hours within a pay period have been approved, the pay period should be closed. The process of closing the pay period marks all hours as being paid with a Paid Date.   Point to Staff Portal , select Time Clock and click Close Pay...
Manage the Time Clock Step 4 - Export to Express Payroll
To utilize this option, you must be an Express Payroll client. Jackrabbit recommends Express Payroll due to the flexibility of unlimited custom pay rates which support Jackrabbit Departments . Jackrabbit can create a CSV file to export at the e...
Manage the Time Clock Step 4 - Export to QuickBooks (Desktop Version Only)
How to export time to QuickBooks Payroll.
Manage the Time Clock Step 4 - Export to Excel (CSV File)
If you are not using Express Payroll or QuickBooks , it is still possible to use Export to Payroll . In order to have hours by Department , export to an Excel CSV file . Click the Export CSV File button, download and save the file. ...
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