Most of your employee time card reports will default to the date range of the current payroll period. The only time this wouldn't be true is if you haven't been closing your payroll periods. Sometimes you may want certain of your time clock software reports to default to a date range other than the current period. For example, you may have a job production report that you want to look at monthly, or perhaps it's vacation and sick time taken by each worker for the entire year. Whatever the case, it's easy to set the default date range for each report to something other than the current payroll period. Here's how:
Turn on administration, go to Configure and then Report Writer. Select the report and set your new default date range.
Now, each time you run the report it will use the dates based on the default date range setting.
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