Monitoring Labor with Management Labor Reports

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The management Labor Reports, available under Management Tools on the Home page, let you see summaries and details for labor with various views.

To add Labor Reports to your Tools List:

Go to your Home page, click the Edit button over the Tools list, check the box next to Labor Reports under Management Tools, and click Next.

Available reports:

All: This lists all labor, by job and activity, for each day during the range you specify. The top of the screen lists total hours and amounts for all employees; if you are interested in total hours for each employee individually, the Employee Summary report may be what you need

By Department: This lists all labor, by job and activity, for each day during the range you specify and for the department that you choose.

By Employee: This brings up a list of employees. From that list, click the employee to see labor for, click Options, and then click View Labor Records by Date Range. After you specify a date range, you see all labor, by job and activity, for each day during the range you specify. Total hours and dollar values are listed at the top of the screen, but if you are only interested in totals, the Employee Summary report may be what you need.

Employee Summary: For each hourly employee, this shows totals of regular hours, overtime hours, and double-time hours. It includes total labor costs for each.

Department Summary: For each department, this shows totals of regular hours, overtime hours, and double-time hours. It includes total labor costs for each. It does not include a breakdown for individual employees; it only lists totals for the department as a whole.

Activity Summary: For each activity, this shows totals of regular hours, overtime hours, and double-time hours. It includes total labor costs for each. It does not include a breakdown for individual employees; it only lists totals for the activity as a whole. If you choose to view this report for a single department, you can preview it on the screen; if you choose Print All Departments, Chronicle sends the report directly to your default printer.

Other payroll and bonus reports are also still available from the People tab.

If a labor report comes up blank

If a report comes up blank, you probably don't have any labor entered for the corresponding employees/department for the dates you entered. Check the dates to make sure that you entered an appropriate range.