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How do I understand the attendance averages?

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"How do I understand the attendance averages?"

The attendance averages provides a set of metrics that describe a person's work patterns. The metrics allow you to compare attendance patterns between people.

To see a person's attendance averages:

  1. First, select the person on: "Menu", then "People"
  2. Then tap: "HR", then "Assessment"
  3. Then scroll down to the "Attendance" heading.
  4. And finally, you'll see the person's attendance averages.

Average hours: To understand "Average hours":

  • You'll see an estimate of the average hours of "Done time" worked each week by the person.
  • The average is based on their attendance over the last two months.
  • To see an exact figure, tap the "Edit" button:
  • And you'll see it slide out from the right, showing two months worth of weekly "Done time" totals.
  • You'll also see the exact overall weekly average (at the bottom).

Average continuous done time hours: To understand "Average continuous done time hours":

  • You'll see the average "Done time" worked in a single sitting by the person.
  • The average is also based on their attendance over the last two months.
  • A bigger number means that the person typically works continuously for a longer period, before taking a break.
  • For jobs that require concentration, like problem solving, a bigger "Average continuous done time hours" is better.

There: To understand a person's "There" percentage:

  • You'll see the percentage of the person's planned hours, over the last 2 months, where the "Done time" overlapped the: "Planned time"
  • In other words, what percent of the time the person was there, compared to when you planned for them to be there.
  • The percentage is also based on attendance over the last two months.
  • For jobs that require shift planning, like restaurants and call centers, a "There" percentage closer to 100% is better.
  • When there's no planned hours, it shows as 0%.
  • When "Show planned times" is turned off, it doesn't show.

To learn more:

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about attendance averages!

Updated: Thu, Oct 19, 2023.

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