November 16, 2012
I've just made a small change to the employee messaging system. An employee will no longer be shown the message window when they clock in or out if the only active messages require acceptance by that employee and the employee has already accepted them all. So, for example, if an employee has 5 messages that require acceptance assigned to them and they've accepted them all then the message window will not be displayed. Conversely, if the employee has 5 messages that require acceptance assigned to them and they've only accepted 4 of them the message window WILL be displayed when they clock in or out.
Note that if there's any active FIXED type messages targeted at the employee then the message window will always be displayed.
If none of this is making any sense then you've probably never taken a look at the employee messaging system. Why not head over to the managing employee messages help topic and have a read!
Posted by markn at 8:20 AM
November 15, 2012
There was a problem with weekly overtime calculations when the daylight savings transition time (Sunday 4 November 2012) was in a reporting period and was not the first or last day of that reporting period. This error is now fixed. The problem only happened for the switch back from DST to normal time. The problem is resolved for all future transitions.
Also, in some cases employees with very long names would have some display issues in PDF reports. Especially in the payroll summary or employee summary sections. These problems are now also fixed up.
Posted by markn at 11:46 AM