jamesbutton at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue May 1 17:34:11 CDT 2018
I was under the impression that the specification was to record a single start
time and a single end time for any day
So - in the case of my incident having worked for a couple of hours before being
interrupted to deal with the car, that would mean about 6 hours worked for the 2
Note - shifts of at least 10 hours a day on that job!
Usually 7am to 7 pm less, maybe, occasionally an hour lunch break.
And the point being that specification is not only, not a good approach, but it
is probably deeply flawed!
From: AccessD <accessd-bounces at databaseadvisors.com> On Behalf Of Stuart
Sent: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 10:18 PM
To: Access Developers discussion and problem solving
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Subject: Re: [AccessD] Payroll
Assuming an 8 hour work day, that's just 6 hrs on day 1 and 6.5 hours on day 2.
How/where you track the reasons for absences is an entrely different topic to
Let's not complicate the issue unnecessarily, Bob said ealier:
"I should have been a bit more clear.
I am only tracking the hours worked per day per payperiod."
On 1 May 2018 at 21:52, James Button via AccessD wrote:
> Or, as happened to me -
> Had to take a 2 hour break from a shift to report to the police that
> my car had been broken into and accompany them to the car, (in the
> works car park during working time - the heated rear window smashed!)
> Then, the following day another 90 minutes to have the replacement
> window put into the car.
> OK - I could have taken the rest of the day off, but that would have
> seriously annoyed my employer as it would have meant at least 8 hours
> delay to the already late project I was working on!
> Yes - that was optional as the employer could have said I could not
> take time off from a shift. That would mean I missed an entire shift.
> - But court attendance - not optional! Not as a juror, or as a witness
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