You can quickly generate and download the information you need about your workers' labour time. To access this data, follow the next steps:

1. Go to Reports menu

Click in ‘Reports’ on the left side of the screen, and then in ‘Worker Labor Time’.

2. Then, filter and customize your data

Here you can customize your report by adding some filters. ‘Time period’ is the only mandatory one.

  • ‘Time period’: refers to the time interval of the worker labor time to be presented. You can either define it by clicking on the clock symbol, in a basic (selecting start and end date) or relative way (for example, ‘Today’, or ‘Last 7 days’). If you choose a relative period, you can also choose to schedule the report - learn more about it here. The time interval cannot exceed one month.

  • ‘Worker’: choose in case you want to analyze the labor time for a specific worker;

  • ‘Section’: select one if there’s a specific section you want to analyse.

You can also select some options on your report:

  • ‘Detailed by day’: this filter allows you to detail the results daily;

  • ‘Presence time with punch clock only’: select this filter if you want to only consider punch clock for the presence time calculation;

  • ‘Show rework time’: allows you to extract labor time information about rework as well;

  • ‘Hide weekends’: choose this filter if you want to only get labor time information about the weekdays - weekends will not be shown in the report.

Once you get the filters defined, click on ‘Generate Report’.

3. Interpret and download the results

After generating the report, you'll see the details about your workers’ labor time in the defined time period.

You’ll be shown 6 columns (check box number 1 in the image below), where you can see:

  • 'worker' number and name;

  • ‘presence time’, which is calculated depending on ‘Presence time with punch clock only’ option - if it is active, ‘presence time’ will only be calculated by the difference between clock in and clock out activities, if it is not active the system will consider both punch clock and workers’ shift;

  • ‘work time’, that considers the time that the worker was actually performing work, i.e., with open production records, in the ‘time period’ defined;

  • ‘%’, representing the percentage of time spent working compared to the presence time (‘work time’/‘presence time’);

  • ‘calendar downtime’ (for example, vacations) - this time will be discounted from presence time);

  • ‘sections’ assigned to the worker.

In case you have previously selected the ‘detailed by day’ filter, this information will appear grouped by day (check box number 2 in the image below).

If some daily record appears in red, it means that the worker was not at work on that day.

Like any Autodesk Prodsmart report, you can either download it in Excel or PDF format by clicking on Excel Report or Export PDF.

If after reading this article you still have some doubts, feel free to reach out to us through our Live-chat feature, or directly to your CSM.

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