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Crew Time Reporting

  • 10 November 2020
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When creating a Crew Time Reporting Entry, the first week that pops up as an option to click dates back to 2004. Should it not default to the current week that we are in, based upon the calendar within Acumatica? 

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Best answer by Doug Johnson 11 November 2020, 14:49

Timecards are designed to prevent people from accidentally missing weeks. This is important for paychecks and project totals.

When a new employee enters their first timecard, the system will default to the current week … and the week can be modified. The situation you described occurs when a previous timecard has been submitted.

People have suggested adding an over-ride feature for seasonal employees. If you have this need, you should vote for the idea here: https://community.acumatica.com/ideas/ability-to-modify-weeks-on-the-timecard-screen-751 

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Timecards are designed to prevent people from accidentally missing weeks. This is important for paychecks and project totals.

When a new employee enters their first timecard, the system will default to the current week … and the week can be modified. The situation you described occurs when a previous timecard has been submitted.

People have suggested adding an over-ride feature for seasonal employees. If you have this need, you should vote for the idea here: https://community.acumatica.com/ideas/ability-to-modify-weeks-on-the-timecard-screen-751 

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