Advanced use of Work Plans

Scheduling time policies based on different conditions

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Written by Miha Suznik
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Work Plans can be used to schedule when different Time Policies come into effect for an individual user.

The most simple Work plan will only have one Time Policy with no restrictions. Such a Work Plan would only apply the one Time Policy every day. Learn more >>

However, you may want to add conditions and have different TIme policies used automatically based on the day of the week or the time of the employee's arrival to work.

Day restrictions:

All Hours checks which day of the week it is and assigns Time Policies based on their priority.

In the example below, the Sunday funday policy will only be applied on Sundays and Holidays.



The Sunday funday Time Policy is the second in order (priority 1) while the first one is Office work 9-5 (priority 0).

If the policy on priority 0 has no restrictions it would always be applied since All Hours first checks the first priority time policy and if no conditions are met, moves on to the next one.

Arrival windows restriction

Used when you want to setup different Time Policies for different shifts in the day.

This means you can have one Time Policy started for Employees that arrive to work between 6 AM and 10 AM, and another for Employees who are coming to work between 3 PM and 6 PM.



Since the first two Time policies may never come into effect, as an Employee may arrive to work in a time not defined by the arrival windows, a third policy is included with priority 2. This one will only be applied if conditions for the first two are not met. Otherwise, an employee would not be assigned a Time Policy and would be calculated based on Global system rules.

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