Mastering Your Employee Dashboard

Understand your dashboard and be informed

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Written by Jasmine Hakkert
Updated over a week ago

In this article, we will explain how to read your dashboard (or that of an employee).

Table of content

When you go to your profile, you will find your employee dashboard. (As an administrator, you can also find it for each employee under the HRM tab).

Based on the example dashboard below, we will explain how to read it.

Dashboard

The dashboard is a graphical overview of recorded hours. If you work with contract hours, you will see a nice graphical representation when someone has met the contract hours or when there are insufficient hours recorded.

  • The blue bar represents worked hours. These are hours that fall within the number of contract hours.

  • The green bar represents leave hours. These are hours recorded for an activity that affects the leave balance, such as vacation or partner leave.

  • The purple bar represents overtime hours. These are hours recorded for a regular activity (= not leave/absence) and exceed the contract hours. In the example above, these are all hours worked beyond 40 hours.

  • The orange bar represents absence hours. These are hours recorded for an activity that affects the absence balance, such as sickness.

  • The light orange bar represents supplemental hours. Does your organization have a different payment scheme for certain conditions? You will find them here.

Leave Hours

Under the leave tab, you can see the accumulation and depletion of your leave balance. You can switch between different types to see how many leave hours you have accumulated and taken.

Overtime

Under the overtime tab, you can see the accumulation and reduction of your overtime hours. You can only accumulate overtime hours if your organization offers that possibility.
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Absence Hours

Under the absence tab, you can see the accumulation of your absence balance. You can switch between different types to see how much absence balance you have accumulated.
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Supplemental Hours

Under the supplemental tab, you can see the accumulation of your supplemental hours. You can only accumulate supplemental hours if your organization offers that possibility.
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Planning

Under the planning tab, you will find an overview of your schedule. Easily and quickly see which projects/clients you are scheduled for in the upcoming period. You will only see the planning if your organization uses this feature.
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Self-billing Invoices

Under the self-billing invoices tab, you will find the invoices created for you through self-billing. Here, you can easily download them for your own accounting purposes. You will only see self-billing invoices if your organization uses this feature.

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