Last updated - Jun 02, 2020 at 2:55PM
The jobsheet allows you to allocate time against deferent activies, projects and tasks. Definitions of these are:
An activity is a way of catagorising the type of work to be done. For example a carpenter may select from a choice of activitity codes such as DIGGING, PLANNING or CONSTRUCTING, or any code as entered by the account administrator.
A project is a one-time work item. For example a carpenter may begin a new project and call it NEW HOUSE 1. He can then scan workers In/Out for this project, thereby allocating employee time to it. Once the project is marked as complete he can no longer apply workers' time to it.
A task is a many-times work item. For example a carpenter may have a task setup as RUBBISH CLEANUP. This task is performed multiple times on different worksites. Tasks are different to Activities in that many employees can be working on the same task but each can be performing a different Activity at the same time. For example on our construction site we are all working on the task RUBBISH CLEANUP but only one person was doing the activity SWEEPING while the rest of us were performing activity FILLING BIN.