Users classified as hourly "employee", salaried "superintendent", or "subcontractor "
I would like an option to specify different types of users that would clock in. For instance, a user could be an hourly "employee", a contracted "subcontractor", or a salaried "superintendent". All of their time needs to be allocated to active jobs, but compensation may not be tied to actual hours worked.
This is a great idea, and one that we receive more-and-more, especially with larger companies. Please keep your votes coming, folks, so we know to add this in a future update.
JEAN OTTELIEN commented
i would like to see other options for employees/admin listed when people are being added to clockshark. There should be options like Subcontractors, temp employees, or limited term contractors. since I run a business and use suncontractors, I cannot use clockshark to its full potential since they are not employees. There is no other way to list them, but wish there was.
Jerry Witt commented
The term "Employees" has a very defined meaning to the government and how a company is required to report earnings and what regulations are involved. Our company uses "Independent Contractors" for field work with the associated 1099-Misc earnings reporting to the IRS. As such we do not have "Employees". It would be great if "Contractors" was a choice when adding new field workers to our company and have the associated fields within ClockShark show that term in the report headings, etc. instead of the term "Employee(s)".
Mike Marks commented
s there a way to add Sub-Contractor to list of Rolls?
When you clip drop down list under roll. BE able to add new roll, other then Employee and Administrator.