In this article in The Rules Series, we show how to configure the rules engine to use the Timesheet has specific types condition.
How the Timesheet has specific types condition works
The Timesheet has specific types condition filters timesheets based on whether they are associated with a leave request, a shift, or is a timesheet that is not associated with a shift or timesheet.
Indicates whether the timesheet is linked to a leave request, a rostered shift, or the timesheet is not linked to the roster.
One or more options
Timesheet types options
the shift or timesheet is linked to a leave request
A timesheet is associated with a shift in the roster
A timesheet is not associated with a shift in the roster. This can happen if timesheets have been created manually, or an employee clocks in and out without an associated shift.
Create a Pay Rule and Pay Rule Version. (see: How to: Create a new Global Pay Rule, and How to: Create a new Global Pay Rule Version for examples)
Navigate to edit the pay rule version, and expand the Rules
In the conditions section, select Timesheet has specific types
Configure the Timesheet types for this condition.
Configure the action you want to take for this condition.
Save your pay rule version.
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