The regular hours of work on the employee profile store an employees contracted hours of work. Regular hours of work are used for the following:


Entering Regular Hours of Work

Navigate to Workforce > Staff and open the employee profile.

On the Regular Hours tab of the employee profile, click Edit Regular Hours.

Regular hours can be entered over any number of weeks. For example, an employee might work a two week cycle with different hours in each week.

Bulk Uploading Regular Hours of Work

Navigate to Workforce > Staff and open Tools > Manage.

On the Regular Hours tab of the employee profile, click Edit Regular Hours.

A Regular Hours of work upload file (.csv) can be created from scratch using the Template, however it is recommended you work from the regular hours already in Tanda using the Regular Hours Download option.

From here, following the in-product instructions you can update the files fields as required. Once completed upload the file into Tanda.

*Name, Passcode, Start Date, Week, Day, Start and End are all required fields.

FAQ & Troubleshooting

How do I change the 'Current Applying Period'

The current applying period is as a reference point for deciding how to order your weeks if you have more than one. There is no need to match this date to your pay period start date. Once set, this field cannot be changed in Product - There are two methods to work around this:

If you change your pay periods, simply re-order the times you have entered to match the new order. For example, you might need to switch the hours from the second week to the first week.

The .csv file can be amended using the steps in this guide. Changing the Start Date field will allow you to upload a new start date for an employee's regular hours of work.

What's the difference between regular hours of work and the roster?

The regular hours of work is part of the employee profile. These shift times won't appear on the roster, unless you build shifts on the roster.

Who should use regular hours of work?

Use regular hours of work for permanent employees when you need to keep a record of guaranteed start and finish times.

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