A work pattern
defines the daily working schedule for employees, whether it is for
a day they are due to work on or a rest day when they are not
expected to work. This screen allows an Optimum System Administrator
to view and maintain work patterns.
A work pattern is
divided into periods of time called Timebands, which determine which
analysis codes the work performed will be posted to (e.g. Basic,
Overtime). A work pattern may contain any number of timebands.
Work Patterns Maintenance
screen has seven tabs. You can input or edit
information on each of these tabs individually – each one can be
saved independently. The tabs are:
set up a new work pattern, click
then complete the General tab first and work through the other tabs
in the order they are presented.
How do I copy an existing work pattern?
work pattern to be copied in the Work Patterns list.
unique code in the field next to the Copy button.
The work pattern
definition is copied and you can edit it using the tabs listed above.