How do I read the "Monthly Balance"?

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jhale posted this 11 May 2018

I am confused about the meaning of the "monthly balance" . Does a negative number mean I am behind and have to make up hours and does a postive number mean I have worked more hours than necessary to achieve a zero monthly balance? Also, over what time period do I have to achieve a zero balance. For example, if I have a -12:00. Does that mean I must work 12 hours today in order to bring the monthly balance to zero, or do I simply have to make that 12 hours up over the course of the month? Likewise, if the balance is a positive 14 hours does that mean I could take 14 hours off to achieve a zero monthly balance? Thank you for considerng these questions.

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Aleksandr Serdyuk posted this 11 May 2018

Does a negative number mean I am behind and have to make up hours and does a postive number mean I have worked more hours than necessary to achieve a zero monthly balance?

Yes it does.

Also, over what time period do I have to achieve a zero balance. For example, if I have a -12:00. Does that mean I must work 12 hours today in order to bring the monthly balance to zero, or do I simply have to make that 12 hours up over the course of the month?

You simply have to make that 12 hours up over the course of the month.

Likewise, if the balance is a positive 14 hours does that mean I could take 14 hours off to achieve a zero monthly balance? 

Positive 14 hours may mean one of the following:

  • you may take 14 hours off
  • you may get an extra payment for the overtime work

If you don't need a monthly balance at all you can delete the number of hours in the Account options. It will disappear.

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jhale posted this 12 May 2018

Thank you Aleksandr for you prompt, clear, and helpful response. 

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