Table of contents

Introduction

Clock in and out

Timer Progression (optional)

Editing and finalising time registration

Editing time registration

Finalising time registration


Introduction

In this article we are going to focus on the additional features of a supervisor.

A supervisor has the same rights as an employee, plus 2 extra rights: the possibility to clock colleagues in and out and handle the time registration at the end of the job. We recommend that you first read the general articles about using the CrewPlanner application before you start working as a supervisor. Take a look at the Crew Academy to learn more about how you, as an employee, use the CrewPlanner application.

Clock in and out

A Supervisor is authorized to clock in and out other employees who are working on the same project and to give feedback after the job. Through the time registration, the supervisor manages not only his own hours but also those of the other employees.

We are happy to explain this using an example. Below is what a regular employee sees when they start on a project.

Regular Employee

Details: all shared details related to the project.

Crew: who they are scheduled with. Only the telephone number could possibly be consulted here.

Documents: the shared documents related to this project.

Supervisor

  1. Details: all shared details related to the project.

  2. Crew: who you are scheduled with. Here the supervisor also has the option to clock in and out his colleagues.

  3. Documents: The shared documents related to this project.

You will see that the CREW page looks slightly different for the supervisor. Supervisors see a tick box next to the names of their colleagues which they can select.

The supervisor has the ability to start everyone's shifts as soon as they are present. The supervisor can select colleagues one by one, or select them all at once and then clock in.

If this is correctly registered, a green bar will be visible above the employee's name.

A supervisor always sees the clocked colleagues grouped according to their planned starting time.

However, a supervisor also has the possibility to indicate that a colleague has not shown up for a shift. If you tick a colleague in CREW, you can either start the timer or mark the colleague as 'No Show'. This will be registered and will be shown in the colleague's skills.


At the end of the project, a supervisor can clock out colleagues in the same way as clocking in.

If this has been registered correctly, you will see a green notification at the top of the application.

The employees then have a red bar above their name. With the help of this colour indication the supervisor can see which employees are still working and which are not.


Timer Progression (optional)

If your employer uses this optional function this will give you, as a supervisor, an overview of the clocked hours.

When you view the CREW tab you will see the progression of clocked hours versus planned hours.

You will see a general overview of all clocked hours with at the top the progression of the hours in a dynamic bar.

If you expand this progression bar, you will get an overview per shift function or department.

The subdivision of the overview depends on the settings that your employer holds.


Editing and finalising time registration

Editing time registration

After the employees have been clocked out, you as a supervisor also have the option to consult the time registration of a colleague.

When you select REVIEW, you will be taken to the next page where you can edit and save the data of your colleagues one by one. You adjust the data by selecting the relevant field, this will bring up your keyboard and you can add to or change the data. Which data can be found on this page:

  1. Name of the employee

  2. Planned hours and clocked hours

  3. Registered: the clocked hours of the employee are entered here. You can edit this field as a supervisor, if necessary.

  4. Break: to be entered in minutes

  5. Total hours worked (registered hours minus break)

  6. Difference: the difference between planned and registered hours

  7. Kilometers: here a supervisor fills in the kilometers, if applicable

  8. Declaration: here a supervisor fills in a declaration, if applicable

  9. Review: let your employer know how this colleague worked on the project.

  10. Comment: you can give a comment to your manager about this employee.

  11. Save: if you have made any changes, save them by selecting SAVE.

  12. Number of employees clocked out whose hours you still need to approve

  13. Next: after you are satisfied, select NEXT to go to the performance of the next employee.

So immediately after clocking out a colleague you will see the status REVIEW.

After you have consulted and saved the time registration, REVIEW will change to EDIT. You retain the option to adjust the time registration until you finalise it.

Finalise time registration

If you, as supervisor, have made the necessary adjustments, or if no adjustments were required, then you only need to finalise the time registration.

You do this here:

As soon as you select FINALISE, you close the time registrations for the entire team. However, you can still find this project in AGENDA.

If this is done correctly, your colleague's status will change to FINALISED.

This is easily recognized by the yellow bar that you see at the top of the field.

After you have finalised the time registrations, the data entered by you as supervisor has been definitively passed on to your employer. From this moment on you no longer have the option to change anything.

We hope this article has told you all about the additional permissions a supervisor has.


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