We would like to run reports by certain jobs to show our actual hours spent, verses our budget projects to see where we stand.
Hello everyone, thanks for all the continued votes and support! I just wanted to check in with this idea. This information (budget vs. actual hours) is available for quick viewing on the Admin > Jobs page.
So it sounds like the major wants are a report that displays all this information and a way for certain employees/managers to easily view this information as well. Does that sound right or are there any more specific details or use cases you want to provide? I would love any more information, thanks!
Molly Wade commented
Would be great to add this to the job report summary. To have it come up and show the job, then under the employees who worked on the job, the hours, then total hours - budgeted hours = remaining hours. Very basic, easy to read, not 100+ pages long. Allow to select one or multiple jobs at a time.
Manager Administrator commented
Productivity report, hours budgeted vs hours worked
Stanley Stupor commented
Add the ability to enter a hour budget at the job/task level and provide the appropriate reports showing budget vs actual by job by task.
Job: Main Street Pub
Task: Demo Budget 32.0 hours Actual 29.5 hours
Task: Framing Budget 60.0 hours Actual 64.0 hours
Total Hours: Budget 92.0 hours Actual 93.5 hours.
Of course, not in this format, but you get the gist.
A CSV export report would be awesome!
We'd like to see a report that compares hours budgeted to hours worked. This would allow us to evaluate worker efficiency per job.
Rachel Jue commented
ability to run a report with the Labor verses hours worked in the report? Much like the hours worked vs the budgeted hours in your jobs list
Matt Mason commented
I wish there was a way to share the budgeted hours with the actual hours with key employees so they can aim to complete the job within the estimated hours budgeted. Right now there is now way to view these hours on the mobile app, or allow a job lead to see the estimated versus the current running hours that have been clocked in to the job.
Michaek Fromme commented
I agree with Anonymous, for the same reasoning as well as an additional reason. I use a payroll service and they must manually convert each employee's task time or time worked into decimals, which proves difficult and time-consuming.
In the time reports, it would be nice to see the scheduled time alongside the times the employee actually worked.
I have been trying to figure out a workaround for this by exporting to Excel. The issue is that the output for hours is a custom number, when converted to a general number, it treats the time as a ratio. 10:20 would convert to .50. so using these numbers is not reliable. Having the output in a decimal form instead of hours:minutes would make report analysis and calculation much easier and reliable.