Time and Labor Management Solution


  • Eliminates adding up time cards
  • Grows to meet your expanding business needs
  • Compiles employee data into a multitude of informative reports
  • Eliminates missing punch overpayments
  • Helps develop employee schedules
  • Breaks down employee time by Division, Department, and Job


The Time Card Report totals all this data and displays any absences and missing punches for the selected date range. The system allows several variations of this report. Examples include department and category summaries and added detail such as rounded verses actual punch times and labor distribution.

The Weekly Hours Report shows a summary of an employee's hours for the selected date range. The hours are broken out by their respective classes (Regular and up to three levels of Overtime).

The Department Summary Report summarizes the hours which have been applied to each "Department." The hours are broken out by their respective classes (Reg, OT1, OT2, OT3, and Unpaid). "Departments" are a standard level of Labor Distribution.

Used for employee review purposes, the Attendance Count Report is similar to the Attendance Report except that it provides the user with a tally of the various Attendance Codes that have occurred within the selected date range (i.e. the number of "IN LATE" infractions for the past month). This report also lists the number of absences with any date range the user selects.

Never again will you pay overtime just because you needed to have an employee "fill in" for someone else. Just run the Approaching Overtime Report. This report lists all employees in the selected range and their hours worked up-to-the minute. The report allows managers to adjust employees' schedules in order to minimize over-time payouts.

These reports are used to track employees use of company benefits. Both reports may be run by employee (shown above) which shows the employee and their benefits taken, or by benefit, showing the amount taken by each employee. You may also select to show only those employees who have exceeded the maximum amount of benefit time, or have under a specified amount remaining. By utilizing the TA100 PRO/SQL benefit accruals module, allowed balances can be automatically updated utilizing your company's benefit accrual formulas.

The Missing Punch Report will show any missing transactions that have occurred during the selected date range. Two instances where a missing punch may be generated are: 1. When an employee punches in for the day but does not punch out at the end of the day, or 2. If an employee was scheduled to work on a given day but does not punch on that day. Used in conjunction with the Auto Process feature, this report provides an effective means of catching punch errors before they become payroll errors.

The Who's Scheduled Report can be printed in a coverage form which provides a graphical representation of your employee's schedules. This report shows voids in scheduling and where the day may be over or understaffed. Besides the normal reporting selections, this report can graphically depict Scheduled, Not Scheduled, Both, or Off Today.

The Hours Exceptions Report allows you to easily flag employees with total hours that fall outside your pay policies acceptable range. Inside the employee's pay policy you define ranges for both daily and period hours. In addition, you can also define a maximum number of consecutive hours (gross hours) an employee may be on-the-clock. If the employee's total hours fall outside the defined range they will be flagged on one of these reports. The report will also show the variance from your defined range.

The Job Cost List is a detailed listing of all the departments and job numbers entered into TA100 PRO. This list contains information such as the job name and number, the active/inactive status of the job, the number of budgeted hours and dollars, and wages assigned to the job. The list will also indicate whether or not the job number will appear in the validation table.

The Labor Distribution Report summarizes total time by up to eight user selectable groupings of distribution (employee, shift, department, job, step, operation, task, and pay category). In addition you can also select the hierarchy order in which you want the totals to be reported. The two reports shown represent two groupings (employee/job) sorted opposite ways.

System Recommendations

  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7
  • Pentium 4 2.8 or better
  • 512 MB of RAM or better
  • 300MB of Available Hard Disk Space or more