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How to View Company Hours and Create a Custom Report
How to View Company Hours and Create a Custom Report

You can easily track your company's time according to your cost center levels using the Control Totals feature.

Jeffrey Mo avatar
Written by Jeffrey Mo
Updated over a week ago

You can view a comprehensive breakdown of the totals for all your job cost center levels, such as accumulated hours, departments, jobs, and task types.

How to view company hours and create a custom report

  1. Log in to your Fingercheck account as an Administrator or Supervisor.

  2. Hover over the TIME & LABOR tab, and click Control Totals.

  3. View your company hours broken down by totals for each day, such as Accumulated Hours, Department, and Job.

    In the example above, you can see how much work time this company has, the hours paid for work time, break time, and so on. Then you can see the total hours and regular hours, the hours logged by department, and hours logged by the job.

  4. For custom reporting, click the clickable totals under Total By Earning.
    The Paid Hours List pop-up window appears and displays the regular hours.

  5. To show all hours, click Clear in the bottom-right corner.

  6. To move a column, click a column header and drag it to the new location.

  7. To sort on a column (for example, by date), click the column heading.

  8. To filter the list, click the filter icon for the column, and select the data you want to include.

  9. To add more columns to the list, click the gear icon in the top-right corner. From the Column Customization pop-up that appears, drag and drop the available columns into the table.

    To remove columns, drag and drop them into the Column Customization pop-up.

  10. To download an Excel or PDF file, click the icon in the top-right corner.

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