1. Archive time sheets: Organize them so they all appear by name, then by date. right now they are listed by name only and there are multiple time sheets listed for one person and it is very difficult to locate the specific time sheets in such a ling list. I thought that if there was only one listing per employee name, you can click on the name and view all of the week ending dates and select the timesheet you need to process.
View Current Timesheets and View Archived time sheets:
> Bill Black
> Phill Merphin
>12/22/1234(Clicking on this date, will open the related timesheet)
2. All availability calendars default to "unavailable" - Currently they all default to "Available" status. When an employee is entered into the system, it was set up to make everyday in their availability calendar as "Available" and they had to go into the calendar and mark the days they could not work. The change is for it work the opposite. All days are to default to "unavailable" and the employees will need to login to their account and set the days they can work. The availability calendar shows up in the employees user account and is also viewable in the admin [url removed, login to view], there is a bug on the admin side. All available days show as unavailable and visa versa.
3. Client wants the employees to be able to see their timsheet achieves. currently, once a timesheet is submitted, they are no longer viewable or accessible by the employee as an archive.
[url removed, login to view] adding employee, they have several shift codes. They are A - D and 1 - 7. If you prefer not to add such a long list showing all of the combinations, you can make the input options for two drop downs, one showing the letters and the other the numbers. Currently, see attached, the pick list is incomplete.
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